Grad students in the news

December 09, 2010

SFU political science PhD student Julie MacArthur had an opinion piece published by The Vancouver Sun about the Irish financial crisis. “In the high-stakes game of musical chairs that is global financial speculation, the average Irish person is caught chair-less and, increasingly, homeless,” MacArthur wrote. “They did not cause this crisis, but they are certainly paying for it.”

Adam King, a master’s student in the School of Resource and Environmental Managementmade the Okanagan newspaper last week with his 2010 Okanagan Angler Survey. His study, co-sponsored by the Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC, and the BC Ministry of Environment, hopes to increase angler satisfaction in the Okanagan.


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