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July 29, 2011

The Council of Canadian Academies is pleased to welcome two new interns as part of the 2011/2012 Internship Program. Hariyanto Darmawan and Olena Loskutova joined the Council in early July and will be with us for the next six months.

Hariyanto Darmawan has a Master of Engineering, Chemical Engineering and a Master of Science, Chemistry, both from McGill University; and a Bachelor of Science, Honours in Chemistry, from the University of Alberta. Hariyanto was an op-ed columnist with the McGill Daily newspaper from 2008-2011, a radio news producer and host with Community Radio CJSR in Edmonton, Alberta; and served as a board member from 2008-2009 for the Quebec Public Interest Research Group (QPIRG) in Montréal, Quebec. In 2005, he was awarded the CJSR New Volunteer of the Year Award.

Olena Loskutova has a Master of Engineering and Public Policy from McMaster University and a Bachelor of Environmental Engineering from the National Technical University of Ukraine Kiev Polytechnic Institute in Kiev, Ukraine. Olena served as a consultant and researcher with the Energy Probe Research Foundation in Toronto from 2009 to 2011. She was also a Public Policy Researcher with SciencePages, an initiative of the Partnership Group for Science and Engineering (PAGSE).

The Council of Canadian Academies Internship Program is intended for graduate students at all levels as well as post-doctoral fellows. The objective of the program is to provide interns with an opportunity to gain experience relevant to the field of science and technology policy, including the natural, social and health sciences, engineering, and the humanities.

To find out more about the Council’s internship program visit: http://www.scienceadvice.ca/en/about/careers.aspx

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