In June 2014, Dr Sam Szeto joined International Scholars Tuition as a Chemistry tutor. He earned both his Bachelor of Science Honours (with First Class standing) and Doctorate of Philosophy degrees in Biochemistry from the University of Alberta (CAN). During his graduate training and academic career, Dr Szeto has been the recipient of awards for scholastic and research excellence at both the provincial and national level. These include a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council Postgraduate Scholarship and an Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research Studentship.
Disaster management programs and courses help people to understand disasters and the process of getting through a natural disaster. People are able to study disaster management and then they can help out and assist with the efforts after the disaster strikes. People who study disaster management will be able to study a variety of information related to the disaster. They learn how to respond to a range of uncertain disasters and how to manage these events and plan for them. They also learn how to anticipate issues and how to evaluate different methods that will help them to make decisions that are good for the entire community and disaster response. People with also work with other emergency response persons in order to work together to rectify situations and to make a difference in the lives of people who have been affected by a natural disaster. Most disaster relief programs offer a traveling program where participants are able to view disaster zones firsthand. People in the programs will often travel to multiple places where disasters have occurred and will be able to determine the actual outcome of natural disasters. It is also important to study disaster technologies and ways that technology is helping to warn communities about natural disasters.