Off-season Adventures

Profiling Schulich Leaders adventures in between full-time STEM studies

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A Coast to Coast Road Trip

By Vincent Rocheleau • Schulich Leader at Université Laval
Summer 2015

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I spent two weeks in China competing in the annual Robocup autonomous robot soccer competition as part of our engineering team, UBC Thunderbots

By Cheng Xie • Schulich Leader at University of British Columbia
Summer 2015

For the entirety of my first year at UBC, I have been heavily involved in one of our engineering teams, Thunderbots.

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Living in a Castle

By Jamie-Lee Freeston • Schulich Leader at Queen's University
Summer 2015

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A New and Exciting Experience

By Lucas Palmer • Schulich Leader at University of Waterloo
Spring 2015

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Play with Me

By William Kwan • Schulich Leader at University of Toronto
Spring 2015

I completed my 8-month internship with Interaxon last December. I’ve just finished my third year of Computer Science at U of T.

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For this blog...

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

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

By Terry Blaskovits • Schulich Leader at Université Laval
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

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My Adventures This Summer

By Xiongyi Cui • Schulich Leader at University of Calgary
Winter 2014

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

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This past summer I had the opportunity to...

By Brady Hooley • Schulich Leader at University of New Brunswick
Winter 2014

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

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

By Deven Azevedo • Schulich Leader at Simon Fraser University
Winter 2014

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

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