Off-season Adventures

Profiling Schulich Leaders adventures in between full-time STEM studies

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Winter 2014
– by Flavie-Anne Boulerice • Schulich Leader at Université de Montréal

I took on a second research internship this fall...

Winter 2014

I took on a second research internship this fall, in an organometallic chemistry lab.  Whenever I was not in classes I was in the lab, working

– by Terry Blaskovits • Schulich Leader at Université Laval

My Adventures This Summer

Winter 2014

This past April, my travels took me to back to China where I visited my family.

– by Xiongyi Cui • Schulich Leader at University of Calgary

This past summer I had the opportunity to...

Winter 2014

This past summer I had the opportunity to volunteer in South Africa with an organization called Operation Wallacea.

– by Brady Hooley • Schulich Leader at University of New Brunswick

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

The Seasons

Winter 2014

This summer I was very lucky to have the opportunity to travel to Alexandra Fiord, Ellesmere Island (north of the magnetic north pole) to work as a

– by Cassandra Elphinstone • Schulich Leader at University of British Columbia

From Rouyn-Noranda to Quebec City!

Winter 2014

I left Rouyn-Noranda for Quebec City at the end of August because I wanted to be there at least one week before the semester starts.

– by Vincent Rocheleau • Schulich Leader at Université Laval

Adventures in the Offseason

Winter 2014

This past summer, I had the wonderful opportunity to train as a full-time beach volleyball athlete in Toronto.  As a member of the U22 Provinc

– by Lucas Palmer • Schulich Leader at University of Waterloo

Fall 2014

Fall 2014

Aside from another four months of intensive studies in University of Montreal’s Faculté de médecine vétérinai

– by Laurence Arpin • Schulich Leader at Université de Montréal

Personal Growth

Spring 2014

They say the journey of personal growth is a long road.

– by Paul Kim • Schulich Leader at University of Victoria