Presenting the 2015 Schulich Leader Nominees

Congratulations to the 1,250 nominees from across Canada

Schulich Leaders Newsfeed

A novel perspective for research

A big question in cancer research is: What is the most effective way of identifying and diagnosing cancer? As it has been demonstrated, detecting cancer at an early stage can often lead to a better outcome for patients. Current research has taken interest in finding new identifiers for this disease in hopes of improving survival rates.

– by Joan Romero • Schulich Leader at University of Toronto


Off-season Adventures

What do student politics and playing in an indie-synth rock band have in common?

Winter 2014

What do student politics and playing in an indie-synth rock band have in common?

– by Deven Azevedo • Schulich Leader at Simon Fraser University


Campus Life

It’s absolutely ridiculous how...

Winter 2014

It’s absolutely ridiculous how much has happened this past summer and semester.

– by Jamie-Lee Freeston • Schulich Leader at Queen's University


Lab Reports

This past summer and throughout the fall semester...

Winter 2014

This past summer and throughout the fall semester I have been contributing to the U of S Numerical Simulation Lab as a research assistant.

– by Lance Pitka • Schulich Leader at University of Saskatchewan


The Working World

From Books to Brains

Spring 2014

It’s an incredible moment really, when you finally have the opportunity to apply knowledge learned in the classroom to something meaningful,

– by Rami Saab • Schulich Leader at McMaster University


Educators that Inspired

December 12, 1999

Fall/Winter 2014

December 12, 1999.

– by Paul Kim • Schulich Leader at University of Victoria