Indigenous Career Stories⟶
Students explore a variety of STEM-related careers from the perspective of Indigenous professionals.
Do Woodpeckers Get Concussions?⟶
Pecking puts a lot of force on a woodpecker’s brain. But scientists think woodpecker bodies are adapted to help keep them from being injured during pecking-related collisions.
How are the World's Bee Populations Doing?⟶
Bees are important for agriculture. But bee populations face threats. This resource looks at Colony Collapse Disorder, herbicides & pesticides, and more.
Cybersecurity Career Exploration
Students will explore different possible working environments related to the field of cybersecurity.
Testing the Waters
Students learn about how to gain experience and be exposed to, or “test the waters,” of careers that align with their personal occupational goals.
What do you want to DO when you grow up?
Students will use online tools and job search engines to explore career possibilities and the job market.
It's Alive... Or Is It?
Students develop and apply comparing & contrasting, observing and drawing conclusions skills as they investigate living and non-living things.
Sarah Lockwood (she/her)
Molly Shoichet (she/her)
Professor and Research Team Lead
Let's Talk the Future of Medicine Resources
Discover a set of resources designed to get you thinking about the future of medicine