About the Curator


Megan Gamble at the University of Guelph

Hi to all!

My name is Megan Gamble, and I am a first-year biochemistry and history major from Pickering, Ontario. After I finish my undergraduate, I plan on going to medical or law school. Besides school, I enjoy travelling and spending time with animals. In the summer I worked at the Toronto Zoo, where I had close interactions with animals. In the summer I also travelled to France, Italy, Spain, and Malta, where I developed appreciation and gratitude for the world around me. History 1050 taught by the outstanding professor, Kevin James, has helped me better develop as a student. This development is persistent in my writing, my research, and my approach to critically evaluating various prints.

Overall, History 1050 was a learning experience that I will never forget and which I will continuously be a better student because of. 


Megan Gamble at Anacapri on the island of Capri, Italy


As mentioned above, I have been to many countries in Europe, South America, Asia, and Africa. I would love to go back to the United Kingdom, where I could travel to Scotland as I have developed an appreciation for it after this course. I look forward to unforeseen travels where I can further develop my understanding of various cultures around the world.

This May I am going to Panama to volunteer with Guelph Medical Brigades. I will be providing basic health care and education to those in rural areas of Panama that do not have access to these necessities. In upcoming years I hope to travel overseas with more non-for-profit organizations where I can help those in need. 

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