Friday, February 9, 2018 - Lambton Kingsway Junior/Middle School:
Part of the NHL's contribution to education is through a unique partnership with Everfi, an Ed-Tech company that provides STEM based software to middle and secondary schools across Canada to help students build their math and computer science skills in the classroom. The NHL Future Goals program has a larger mission of inspiring students to explore the STEM subjects by leveraging community visits by local NHL players.
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.
With my graduation date quickly approaching, I am overcome with a feeling of nostalgia as I reminisce about my past three years at the University o
From the mouths of babes, eh?
Finally summer is here and with it, I complete my second CO-OP work term at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.
That which cannot be put into words we usually call indescribable.
Shortly after this term began, two of my climbing friends died after a 600m fall down the main couloir on Joffre Peak.
It is hard to believe that my first year of electrical engineering at Laval University is already done!
SaskInvent is a group of engineering students I am a part of at the U of S focused on making improvements on medical technologies.
I completed my 8-month internship with Interaxon last December. I’ve just finished my third year of Computer Science at U of T.
When I first arrived at Victoria Hall, my residence building at Queen’s University, I felt overwhelmed by the number of students wheeling in
I would like to introduce to you Laura O’Brien, my high school biology teacher, and one of the main reasons I am studying gene
In the summer of 2014, I served as a Disarmament and Demilitarization Intern with Pax Christi International, an ecumenical peace organization
When I was still in high school, our school’s alumni would visit our classes and share with us their first year university experience.
This past summer, I worked as a Field Engineer Intern for Schlumberger, the largest oilfield services company in the world.
It’s absolutely ridiculous how much has happened this past summer and semester.
This past summer and throughout the fall semester I have been contributing to the U of S Numerical Simulation Lab as a research assistant.
Well, another great semester at the University of New Brunswick is in the books!
This past summer, I did an internship at the Genome Sciences Centre (in the BC Cancer Agency) under Dr.
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
You could be forgiven for thinking the most important thing in university is studying as much as possible to do well on tests, assignments, and pro