Alison Lowe Overview

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Alison Lowe graduated in Psychology from the University of British Columbia and is currently pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology in the United States.

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Alison Lowe Overview

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Alison Lowe is a bright and versatile student who was born in Taiwan and raised up in Vancouver, Canada. In addition to being a hard working student, she has worked and volunteered in many different situations and has a solid portfolio of experience. She is an avid musician and plays guitar, piano and drums. Academic Background of Lowe Alison Lowe graduated in Psychology from the University of British Columbia and is currently pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology in the United States.

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she graduated from UBC with First Class Honors and received academic scholarships from Trinity Western University and got a place in the Dean’s Honor List. Research Experience Alison has been involved in several research projects. She was a Directed Studies Student & Research Assistant at the K.I.D. Studies Centre at the Culture, Cognition and Coevolution Lab at UBC in the year 2011-2012, Later in 2012, she worked as research assistant in Applied Developmental Psychology and the Child and Adolescent Lab at UBC.

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Alison Lowe also worked as Research Assistant & Project Coordinator at Psychophysics & Cognitive Neuroscience Lab, Vancouver in 2012-2013

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Volunteer Experience Alison Lowe’s volunteer experience is extensive and began at an early age. While still a high school student, she tutored immigrant children, taught Sunday School and was Summer Camp Counselor. As she grew older, the experiences expanded into health sciences as well. In Vietnam and Mexico, Alison was a medical and dental assistant, serving more than 200 patients a day from impoverished rural areas. Part of this was sponsored through EMAS Canada. At the Good News Community Health Centre in Oregon, Alison was a medical assistant.

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In Vancouver, Alison volunteered at Geriatrics Ward & Emergency Room and organized and assisted in several activities at Mt. St. Joseph’s Hospital. She also was the facilitator and co-founded the “Sharing Hands Community Kitchen” for women with psychological and chronic health issues. Because of her resourcefulness and willingness to work hard, Alison is often invited to participate in many different activities – from playing the drums in front of thousands of people to organizing youth to honor Chinese WWII Veterans to assisting in research at the university level.

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