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Coping with traumatic, unjust loss

Thank you for the extra copies of Carleton Now. Nice job on the article–it was informative.

Debbie and Allen Martin

Biomedical engineering students host successful networking event

Thanks so much for publishing an excellent article in Carleton Now about our April 20 CU@ EMBS biomedical engineering and career information event. The article was very well-written and accompanying pictures looked very professional. Additionally, it was quite useful to have such a quick turnaround on this story in the online edition. It made it easy to distribute to our membership and the guest speakers while the event was still fresh in their minds.

Geoff Green,
Doctoral student, Department of Systems and Computing Engineering, and CU@EMBS chapter president

CU’s 2007–08 financial outlook

Good job on the latest edition. I especially liked Duncan Watt’s piece on the budget. I think that more than ever staff are looking for information and this is a great resource. Keep up the great work.

Stephen Green,
Assistant Director, Staff Relations, Department of Human Resources

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