UNBC graduates include three islanders

  • Jul. 11, 2008 12:00 p.m.

Three students from the islands have just graduated from the University of Northern BC in Prince George. The new graduates are Alyson Schultz of Queen Charlotte (BEd elementary education), Amy Thommasen of Masset (BSc biochemistry and molecular biology) and Karen Payton of Sandspit (MSW Social Work). Islanders also collected awards: Dana Myshrall of Queen Charlotte and Keshia Camp of Masset are in the UNBC Scholars Program, Deanna Waters of Queen Charlotte won a Raven bursary, and Amy Thommasen won a UNBC in-course scholarship.

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