On May 25, 2018, Schulich Leaders from six universities joined forces with a team of Googlers and Engineering Science Quest to impart a day of STEM related activities for 60 grade nine girls. These students came from 15 high schools in the Kitchener-Waterloo area and all show great potential in the STEM fields. The objective of this event was to encourage these students to continue on a path in STEM beyond grade nine, an inflection point for many high school students who can choose another path of focus in grade ten and beyond.
On May 25, 2018, Schulich Leaders from six universities joined forces with a team of Googlers and Engineering Science Quest to impart
Having an abundance of volunteer opportunities is one of the many reasons why I love Toronto.
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From the mouths of babes, eh?
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That which cannot be put into words we usually call indescribable.
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When I first arrived at Victoria Hall, my residence building at Queen’s University, I felt overwhelmed by the number of students wheeling in
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