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Lauren Harms:

CMU Alumni Profile: Lauren Harms, BA General Social Sciences

Posted in Alumni Profiles  •  Monday, November 23, 2020 @ 11:20 AM

Lauren Harms (BA '15, General Social Sciences) wears two hats, that of a pastor and of an art therapist, which are taken on and off in the same room in the same Calgary apartment every day over Zoom. Founder of "Lily Inspired", an art therapy practice that focuses on individual and group art therapy as well as expressive arts workshops, Harms combines the creative process and psychotherapy, enabling her clients to explore their healing through colour, shape, and form.

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Siebert says while much depends on your specialization, human skills can make or break your efficacy as a care provider

Outtatown Alumni Profile: Ally Siebert (Guatemala 2011-12)

Posted in Alumni Profiles  •  Wednesday, June 24, 2020 @ 10:35 AM

Ally Siebert says Outtatown helped her lay strong foundations in key human skills, placing her ahead of the curve now that she's training for medicine.

What does it take to be a professional healer? Medical student Ally Siebert, a graduate of CMU's Outtatown program, is entering clerkship at University of Waterloo. The Ottawa native says that while much depends on your specialization, human skills can make or break your efficacy as a care provider.

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On Speaking Truth to Power: reflections from an English student working in Communications

On Speaking Truth to Power: reflections from an English student working in Communications

Posted in Alumni Profiles  •  Monday, June 22, 2020 @ 9:00 AM

CMU is introducing a new combined Major in English and Communications & Media. Formalizing the combination is a progressive move, but the pairing itself is nothing new.

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Sarah Deckert, student in CMU

Graduate theology student awarded CMU’s first SSHRC scholarship

Posted in Alumni Profiles  •  Wednesday, June 17, 2020 @ 10:45 AM

A CMU student has been awarded a prestigious Canada Graduate Scholarship worth $17,500 by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). This is the first year CMU has been eligible to distribute this scholarship, due to the university's successful federal research funding.

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Kayla Yanke:

Business co-op program gives alumna head start in career

Posted in Alumni Profiles  •  Wednesday, June 3, 2020 @ 11:50 AM

Kayla Yanke (CMU '18) was one of the first students to graduate with CMU's Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Co-op degree, majoring in Accounting. After walking across the convocation stage in cap and gown, she was ready to join the workforce.

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