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From Dal to UNB, Honours students present
SOSA honours students Ashley Farrell, Hannah MacDougall, and Tora Oliphant recently presented their undergraduate thesis research at the University of New Brunswick Arts Matters conference, April 6-8, 2018. Ashley discussed her findings on Nova Scotia midwives’ professional and personal identities, Hannah presented her work on theatre and social justice, and Tora presented her research on pre-medical students’ responses to changing medical school admissions criteria. Congratulations to all of them!
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