To build a better and brighter future, it is necessary to invest in efforts that promote equitable access to innovative training and skill development. Only by achieving this, can we create a more inclusive and equitable society that enables everyone to reach their full potential.
A competition to help undergraduate students foster their individual creativity in research. More than just a competition, this was an opportunity for students to explore the innovative aspects of research, which is mainly a reiterative process of acquiring and integrating knowledge into new perspectives.
Canada’s first national science communication conference for graduate students. A training opportunity to help equip students with the necessary tools and knowledge to share their research with broad and diverse audiences.
Time with Tracy - Radio Interview
A radio discussion with undergraduate students emphasized the vital role of mental health services in universities, as well as the need to normalize self-care as a practice in academia.