Scholarship essays

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Household Mold: Leave It or Clean It?

This article has been written and submitted by Brady Hodge, B.A., B.Ed., for consideration in the 2019 Mold Busters Scholarship […]

Posted on 19 Aug'19 by

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Student Essay: Passive Design for Indoor Air Quality

Student: Linnea Langford University : British Columbia Institute of Technology The City of Vancouver has a Greenest City 2020 target […]

Posted on 03 May'19 by

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Student Essay: Importance of Mold Education

Student: Garifalia Milousis University : University of Ottawa Let’s Proactively Talk About Prevention: An Effective Approach to Preventing Mold It […]

Posted on 09 Apr'19 by

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Interview with Maegan Ong

After winning our summer semester’s scholarship, Maegan Ong has agreed to answer few questions we had for her. We hope […]

Posted on 24 May'18 by

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Asbestos: An Invisible Threat

Student: Nikita Li University : Vanier College Asbestos is strongly hazardous. The federal government has estimated that asbestos was, in […]

Posted on 11 May'18 by

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Blastomyces dermatitidis: A Dimorphic Fungi

Student: Meryssa Boulianne University: Vanier College When people think of mold, the first thing that comes to mind is the […]

Posted on 11 May'18 by

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Volatile Organic Compounds, or Simply, VOCs

Student: Maegan Ong University: University of Ottawa Gas, an undermined state of matter that is used in all aspects of […]

Posted on 11 May'18 by

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My Fight Against Mold – Alexi van Vloten

Student First Name : Alexi van Vloten University : Dalhousie University Mold and mold removal has been a big issue […]

Posted on 11 May'18 by

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Indoor Air Quality also “Drops” in the Wintertime

Student : By Linda Bui University : University of Toronto The winter season is a special time of the year, […]

Posted on 18 Jan'18 by

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Mold is a Formidable Enemy

Student : Charlotte Sabourin University : Vanier College There are 3 main branches of life: Archaea, Bacteria and Eukarya. In […]

Posted on 18 Jan'18 by