Shad Valley program gets ready for its 20th summer

Shad Valley is an awardwinning program of Shad International, a not-for-profit educational organization that is based upon the values of creativity, excellence, community, diversity and responsibility. In July 2008, Carleton University will be hosting its 20th Shad Valley program and, during July, will welcome 52 high school students from across Canada. Assistant Professor Adrian Chan (right) coordinates the program with help from Carleton students and staff including (from left) Andrew Pullin, a master’s student in the technology information management program, Samantha Balemba (second from left), a fourth-year criminology student, and Michelle DeVidi, a reference librarian at the Carleton University Library.

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