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What can fish teach us about our clique and ourselves? What can fish teach us about our clique and ourselves?
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Laurier and Young City Growers' micro urban farm provides much more than a food source Laurier and Young City Growers' micro urban farm provides much more than a food source
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2016 Faculty of Science Award for Teaching Excellence
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WLU professor helps give athletes a mental edge ahead of Rio
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We're more vulnerable to heat-related illnesses than we think: study
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Dr. Colleen Loomis, Psychology Dr. Colleen Loomis applies psychological research approaches to examine how communities promote inclusion and participation, particularly with educational resources for multicultural groups and immigrants. Loomis is an invited professor at University of Geneva where she is creating new models to support the relation between an individual and places of learning (e.g., schools, adult education programs, alternative learning communities). This work will help improve learning while addressing social issues in multicultural urban cities around the world.

Dr. Colleen Loomis
Psychology