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July 3, 2014

Four passionate students look back on their unique Mount experiences.



It’s no secret: the Mount’s small campus is filled with passionate students finding their own big opportunities. But what’s the secret behind their success? We recently caught up with a few dedicated students to learn more about how the Mount helped them soar beyond even their own expectations.


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Kaitlin Baur, BA Honours (Psychology)

“I came in as an artist and left a scientist. I’ve gone from wanting to become an art therapist to moving away from clinical psychology all together in favour of experimental research.  The support system I gained while attending the Mount definitely changed my life for the better.” [full interview]

Phil Aucoin, BA Honours (Psychology)

“I had the opportunity to complete a Directed Study that was part of a new program initiated by the Association of Psychological Science (APS). Overall findings will be published in an article in Perspectives on Psychological Science and I am going to be one of the cited authors —something I never thought I would have had the chance to accomplish as an undergraduate.” [full interview]

Amy Boudreau, BEd, MEd, MA

“My understanding of both myself and of the fundamental purpose of education have changed and evolved; I have become a much more critical thinker and engaged community member. I have developed confidence in myself as a learner, a teacher and a leader.” [full interview]

Brandon Gheller, BSC, MScAHN

“The conference represented a culmination of two years of work and allowed me to present my research to other students and professionals as well as be recognized by the professional body I was graduating into as the national recipient of the Morgan Medal.” [full interview]


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