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Breeding passion for wildlife

Submitted by Joanne Marghella-McGowan '00 BSc Environmental and Conservation Science specialized in Wildlife Restoration

Photo's show Joanne's daughter enjoying nature with her mother at Hawerlack Park and Devonian Botanic Garden.

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Bar None ... more than just a Saturday night dance

Submitted by Arnold B. Pierce, PhD

Bar None was a full week (and more) of activities on Campus that included pancake breakfasts, chuck wagons, horses at various venues and of course square dancing  to advertise and promote the event.    

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Why the switch from Forestry to Law?

Submitted by Timothy A. Verhaeghe '00 BSc.Forestry Management, '03 LLB

My name is Timothy A. Verhaeghe. I attended the UofA's Faculty of Agriculture, Forestry and Home Economics (at least that's what it was called in the fall of 1996) where I majored in Forest Management.

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I had a plan by grade 10

Submitted by Paul Knaga, '03 BSc., PhD Candidate

I knew that I wanted to attend the University of Alberta when I was in Grade 10. I volunteered on a Northern Flying Squirrel research project at the University, and I thought that working with wildlife was something that I definitely wanted to do for a living.  

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