Luc Denis, CurioCity volunteer

2016-6-4 | Featured Volunteers

Luc is a volunteer for the online program CurioCity.

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Heather E. McFarlane, Let’s Talk Science Outreach volunteer and Tomatosphere™ volunteer

2016-6-4 | Featured Volunteers

After taking part in the Let’s Talk Science Outreach program in Canada, Heather continues to stay involved with Let’s Talk Science from Australia!

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Kelly Resmer, CurioCity Volunteer and Let’s Talk Science Outreach Alumna from Dalhousie University

2016-6-4 | Featured Volunteers

Kelly has volunteered with a variety of Let’s Talk Science programs. At Let’s Talk Science, we like to stay connected with our volunteers and volunteer alumni.

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Carlo Cilia, Let’s Talk Science Outreach volunteer at the University of Saskatchewan

2016-6-4 | Featured Volunteers

Carlo started volunteering with Let’s Talk Science this year, and his efforts are already making an impact!

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Tianna Koreman, Let’s Talk Science Outreach volunteer at Western University (previously UBC)

2016-6-4 | Featured Volunteers

Tianna has volunteered across the country with Let’s Talk Science – in British Columbia, Ontario, and even the Yukon

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Congratulations to the 11 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Challenge Finalists!

2016-21-3 | News

Finalist schools rewarded with $20,000 in Samsung technology and move on to compete for one of two Grand Prize packages.

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Partner Spotlight: Dr. Mark Abrahams, Professor and Dean of Science, Memorial University

2016-6-3 | News

Dr. Abrahams shares his view on how the Let’s Talk Science partnership at Memorial University helps post-secondary student’s skill development while making science relevant and accessible to youth who may never have considered the possibility of pursuing a science-related career.

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Take part in public outreach events this March

2016-1-3 | Upcoming Events

Let's Talk Science Outreach volunteers will be taking part in numerous public events this March. Continue reading for a listing of public events.

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Let’s Talk Science Outreach, Regional Conference – 2016

2016-22-2 | News

Every year our Let’s Talk Science Outreach Coordinators attend a two day workshop that provides opportunities for skill development.

This year we asked them to share their experience on video.

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Creating Connections and Contagious Enthusiasm for Science

2016-4-2 | News

“EVERY single one of my students who has participated in the Let’s Talk Science Challenge will tell you that it is exciting, fun and that they can’t wait until next year to do it again.”
Geralyn Manion, Educator Grade 5 to 8 gifted program - Holy Name, TCDSB

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High School Students across Canada head to campus for Let’s Talk Science Symposia

2016-12-1 | Upcoming Events

Let’s Talk Science Symposia connect high school students with post-secondary mentors during a one day, on-campus event highlighting the institution's science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) specialty. Topic expertise ranges by Outreach site from stem cells to environmental impact, cancer to forensics.

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Emily Morris, Let’s Talk Science Outreach Volunteer at Queen’s University

2016-6-1 | Featured Volunteers

Though Emily is new to Let's Talk Science this school year, she is already working with fellow volunteers to combine Tomatosphere™ and Let's Talk Science Outreach in her community.

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Université de Moncton joins Let’s Talk Science Outreach

2015-7-12 | News

(Moncton, NB) On November 11, 2015 the Let’s Talk Science team welcomed Université de Moncton as our 42nd national Outreach site.

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Carmen D Souza and Aaron D Cruz, Let’s Talk Science Volunteers

2015-2-12 | Featured Volunteers

Meet Let’s Talk Science Outreach volunteer Carmen and her son Aaron. This mother and son duo has teamed-up to engage children and youth in their community since moving to Canada.

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Our Stories: Every Child is An Explorer

2015-1-12 | News

In school, giving the right answer is great. However, science teacher Phil Langford gets even more excited hearing something else from students.

“Science is asking the right questions,” says Phil, head of the science department at Bert Fox High School in Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan.

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