Top stories from June 2015 Current Affairs

If you didn’t have a chance to read the June 2015 issue of Current Affairs, get caught up on the top read stories of the month.

Inspiring a deeper commitment to aging
Lynn Zhu exudes passion. In a Q&A interview, the PhD Candidate discusses her commitment to making a difference in the lives of older adults through her research on Parkinson’s disease and her leadership role with the Retiring With Strong Minds lecture series.

Ten PhD Candidates represent Schulich Medicine & Dentistry at the Canadian Student Health Research Forum
A special congratulations goes to Anusha Ratneswaran for receiving a Gold Medal, Amy Burke for receiving a Silver Medal and Jessica Tong for receiving the Women’s Health Research Foundation Award.

Conquering fear in three minutes or less
For the past two years, Kelly Gutpell has served as Chair of the Graduate Student Council. In her final message in this role, she reflects on her experience and plans for the future…

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