Let’s Talk Science Volunteer Receives Prestigious Governor General Caring Canadian Award

2014-6-4 | News

Dr. Barbara Vanderhyden, Director of Let's Talk Science at the University of Ottawa, received the prestigious Governor General Caring Canadian Award on Monday April 7, 2014 during a special celebration of National Volunteer week at The Ottawa Hospital.

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Hands-on Science at the Little Native Hockey League Tournament

2014-1-4 | News

Between March 10-12, Let’s Talk Science staff and volunteers from Fanshawe College and McMaster University were busy making Gak and optical illusions with over 450 kids at the Little Native Hockey League tournament in Mississauga.

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Let’s Talk Science and Local Industry Underscore Importance of STEM Learning at Board of Trade Luncheon

2014-6-3 | News

The President of Let’s Talk Science, Bonnie Schmidt, Ph.D., was in St. John’s this week to again highlight a 2013 study titled Spotlight on Science Learning: The High Cost of Dropping Science and Math, which outlines how important science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) is for students when looking for long-term economic and personal success.

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Building a Positive STEM Outlook for Today and Tomorrow - Bonnie Schmidt on VOCM Backtalk Call-in

2014-5-3 | News

Bonnie speaks with St. John's Radio station VOCM about the importance of STEM education to our future.

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Our Stories: Science Matters - Susan Knight

2014-7-1 | News

At Let’s Talk Science, we value our advocates of education like Dr. Susan Knight, university chancellor and founder of SHALLAWAY and Festival 500. As an internationally-involved expert on choral music and music education, she knows that science is at the very heart of the music that delights our senses. Watch this video and learn why Dr. Knight is so passionate about access to STEM learning for children and youth.

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Spotlight on Science Learning: The High Cost of Dropping Science and Math

2013-9-10 | News

The cost of dropping out of secondary school science and math courses is significantly high for Canada, according to a new research report released today by Let's Talk Science and made possible by Amgen Canada.

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