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The experience is as diverse as our students

The Lifelong Learning program attracts a rich diversity of students from many different places and walks of life. Students join together in a common quest for learning about the role and nature of lifelong learning in today's society. Read below to meet a few of our former students.

 

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Dr. Nancy Taber, Graduate

Dr. Nancy Taber graduated from the Mount's Studies in Lifelong Learning program almost a decade ago. She is now a professor at Brock University in the Center for Adult Education and Community Outreach. We asked Dr. Taber a few questions about her experiences at the Mount.

Here is what she told us »

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Brian Carter, Student

Brian Carter has been an educator for over twenty years. But you won’t find him teaching in a public school classroom. Brian is a police educator. He’s trained RCMP officers and Haitian National Police officers, and now, he’s studying in the Mount’s MA (Education) program to research better ways to train police officers to resolve difficult policing and security situations without using violence. 

Find out why Brian chose Lifelong Learning »

Melina Kennedy

Melina Kennedy, Graduate

This MEd graduate and 2013 Mount Saint Vincent University Valedictorian found her way to Lifelong Learning through volunteerism. 

Read Melina's story »

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Linda Pullin, Graduate

Linda Pullin had been a nurse in Halifax’s health care sector for 30 years before launching a new career in lifelong learning.

Find out how Linda is using her MEd to improve the quality of compassionate care »

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Kwesi Firempong, Graduate

Kwesi’s thesis explores how a historic 1968 visit of delegates from the Black Panther Party to Halifax impacted African Nova Scotian activism for social justice. He incorporates an Arts-informed approach in his thesis. This approach led him to write a play based on his research into this pivotal moment in activism and social justice in Halifax.

As a culmination of his studies, he will stage a theatre production of his play.

See how studies in Lifelong Learning have shaped this project »

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Ayo Aladejebi

Graduating from the Mount is a dream that Ayodeji (Ayo) Aladejebi has held on to for over a decade. Discover how Ayo made his dream come true »

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Sandra Currie-Samson

Lifelong Learning proved to be a contagious pursuit for Sandra Currie-Samson and her family...

Find out who caught a case of Lifelong Learning »