Building a green future: Nick Gazo fuses science and architecture

July 6, 2018
Gazo says he chose Algonquin in part because of the good reviews of family members who had previously attended the college and an grandfather who had once taught microbiology here. The college experience lived up to his expectations. Algonquin “opened my eyes to a number of different avenues that building science and architecture technicians and technologists can work towards which I wouldn’t have thought of before.” Read his full story here: http://algqn.co/T09j30kPRl6
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