Dylan Odd (B.A.) enrolled in the Master of Arts – Environmental Policy program at the Environmental Policy Institute in September 2014. He joined the program to pursue his interests in strategic analyses, policy development, and resource management. He has a prior education from Carleton University where he studied political science, law and history. After Dylan completed his course work in Corner Brook, he received an intern position with Natural Resources Canada in the Canadian Forest Service (CFS). Dylan now resides in Ottawa where he is completing a Co-Op term as a science-policy analyst in the Resource Economics Division of the CFS. His work and research concentrate on policy development to support the growth of Canada’s Bioeconomy.