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Karen Lam

Karen is currently completing her Bachelor of Science in Computing and Information Systems at Athabasca University. She is born and raised in Alberta, and currently works in an administrative role in health care. Karen enjoys learning and studying science and technology and has worked and volunteered at a number of non-profit organizations across Alberta including the Let’s Talk Science, YMCA, Calgary Public Library, University of Calgary and Alberta Health Services. During her spare time, Karen is also learning French and Korean, and hopes to become fluent in both languages in the near future. When Karen isn’t working or studying, she enjoys listening to K-pop and watching K-dramas, and reading sci-fi and books about politics!

Course Exam—Biol 310

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The Reading List for May 2021

Happy May! Many traditional Universities are now off for the year with some students beginning their Spring semester. However, for us Athabasca students, most of us are continuing with our courses or perhaps some of us are also taking a small break from studies for the Spring and Summer. Whether you are studying or not,… Read more »

Course Exam—MGSC 205

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Course Exam—BIOL 230

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The Reading List—April 2021

Like most people, I cannot believe it is April.  With the warm weather returning, many of us look forward to the spring and summer where hopefully things will improve, and life will get a little bit closer to normal.  In the meantime, try some of these recommended reads for April! Selfie by Will Storr Personally,… Read more »

Course Exam—CHEM 301 (Introduction to Biochemistry)

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Course Exam—COMP 444 (Embedded/Robotic Programming)

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The Reading List—March 2021

With the vaccines rolling out and many more people are being vaccinated, we can now see a bit of light at the end of the tunnel. With that said, while we are waiting to be vaccinated (kudos to those who have been vaccinated!), try one of these books during your free time this month. On… Read more »