Who can become a scientist? is a symposium hosted by the University of Victoria for a high school-age audience that discusses equity, diversity, and inclusion issues in science. We will reflect on the traditional image of scientists and the importance of leveraging support from role models and mentors to increase diversity in STEM.
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Let's Talk Science offers a variety of online events.
Whether you're an educator, student or volunteer, Let's Talk Science has something that fits into your lifestyle.
The first of the Let's Talk Science Visionary Symposium series looks at what's new in space with a keynote from Canadian Space Agency (CSA) astronaut Jeremy Hansen.
The first Artemis launch kick-starts a series of missions that returns humans to the Moon. What does this next phase of journeying further into the Solar System mean for space science and other fields of research? In what other ways are we exploring space? A multi-disciplinary panel will share what space exploration means for them, in space and on Earth.
National STEM Projects
Engage your students in real science
Natural curiosity and the thrill of discovery engages participants in Let’s Talk Science’s national science projects. Available for all grade levels, these projects are based on real scientific problems.
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Our volunteers are catalysts for learning
Our trained and enthusiastic Let’s Talk Science Outreach volunteers pass on their passion for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to Canada’s future citizens.
STEM Club is back this fall and inviting your students on brand new learning adventures. With a club-like community that will bring your class together and STEM activities that teach success in STEM and beyond, join STEM Club for an experience that’s the best of both worlds.
The Globe and MailThe summer months are upon us and along with longer days and warm weather, summer provides an opportunity to get outside and engage with the world around us.