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Convocation Q&A ‑ Kegan Stephen, Communication Sciences and Disorders
To celebrate Convocation 2018, we chatted with students across the Faculty. Today, we're catching up with School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, MSc Audiology grad Kegan Stephen:
What's the most exciting thing about graduating?
"Putting all that knowledge we have carefully honed over our school years to practical use in the real world."
What will you miss most about Dal?
"The people! Interacting with faculty and staff on a regular basis becomes second nature, whether you're poking your head in the office with a query, or just saying hello."
What's next for you?
"I'm currently working back in my hometown of Antigonish at Highland Hearing Clinic as a full-time Audiologist."
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