The Working World

Schulich Leaders utilizing their STEM degrees in the workforce

In The Media

Taitung, Taiwan: 1961.

By Jen-Ai Lai • Schulich Leader at University of British Columbia
Fall 2013

Taitung, Taiwan: 1961. The savage sun rages down upon the bare backs of men tending to the fields.

In The Media

If we lived with animals, rather than exploiting them

By Laurence Arpin • Schulich Leader at Université de Montréal
Spring 2013

After a whole semester, I can say I really enjoy my studies in veterinary medicine.

In The Media

What Does It Mean to be a Good Developer

By Mickey Dang • Schulich Leader at University of Waterloo
Fall 2019

I’ve had the good fortune to work in a bunch of different software positions over the past 2 years.

In The Media

A Different View on Failure

By Liam Lawrence • Schulich Leader at McMaster University
Fall 2019

Summer Students at Sunnbrook Research Institute

In The Media

Why Take a Work Term?

By Zack Rooney • Schulich Leader at Memorial University
Spring 2019

Despite sounding pessimistic, one of the first concepts I understood at university was that education is a process to help you realize that you

In The Media

Don’t Let Your Degree Tell You What You Can and Can’t Do

By Daniel McInnis • Schulich Leader at University of Toronto
Spring 2019

Like many students, I find that my interests change from semester to semester, month to month and sometimes even day to day.

In The Media

A Passion to Volunteer

By Julia Won • Schulich Leader at University of Toronto
Winter 2017/2018

Having an abundance of volunteer opportunities is one of the many reasons why I love Toronto.

In The Media

Thought for Food

By Manpreet Deol • Schulich Leader at University of Calgary
Fall 2017

In The Media

Summer of Stats, Summer of Psych!

By Julia Won • Schulich Leader at University of Toronto
Summer 2016
 

In The Media

Searching for the Imperfect Fit

By Emily Pass • Schulich Leader at University of Waterloo
Spring 2016

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