SCWIST Symposium for Young Scientists
Our inaugural Symposium for STEM students launched this summer, under the vision and leadership of Dr. Noeen Malik, Director of Communications & Events at SCWIST and chair of the symposium and Ashley van der Pouw Kraan, symposium vice-chair. There were 15 presentations held every Wednesday at 12pm PST from June to September.
The symposium provided a fantastic opportunity for young scientists to get exposure for their research and expand their academic network. Learn more about the origins of the Science Symposium.
2021 Science Symposium Winners Announced!
After weeks of presentations, multiple rounds of judging and one mega-finale event, we are ready to announce the winners of the Science Symposium!
These exceptional young scientists have been awarded for their presentations and commitment to an innovative and significant research project. Please join us in giving them our biggest congratulations:
- First place: Robin Hayes for her presentation, Measurements of Higgs Boson Cross-Sections at the Large Hadron Collider
- Second place: Kristen Hayward for her presentation, New genomics for non-invasively monitoring Canada’s polar bear populations
- Third place: Jamie Korner for her presentation, Artificial cells-on-a-chip for drug permeability prediction
SCWIST Science Symposium Catalogue, 2021
The SCWIST Science Symposium is sponsored by: