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PhD Student creates junior award winners

December 13, 2010
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For the last three years, Jason Peterson, who’s a PhD candidate in behavioural ecology at SFU, has also been working with elementary school children in North Vancouver through the Let’s Talk Science program.

The children face a variety of learning challenges but with Jason’s assistance, they’ve produced award-winning films for the “Kid Witness News” national film competition.

For more: SFU coordinator brings science to life for kids with learning disabilities

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