CALLING ALL MANUSCRIPTS WITH INCONCLUSIVE RESULTS!

The STEM Fellowship Journal (SFJ) invites all young scientists to submit their interdisciplinary STEM research papers, including original research articles, viewpoints, and review articles.

The theme of this call is Inconclusive Results, and hopes to share your inconclusive findings with other scientists, in order to logically direct future research initiatives.

Deadline for submissions is July 15

Our Initiatives

Big Data Challenge

Through a self-inquiry e-learning approach, we deliver opportunities in Data Science to students of all locations and education levels.

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CaYPT

Organizers of the Canadian Young Physicists’ Tournament which is the qualifier for the International Young Physicists’ Tournament.

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STEM Fellowship Journal

Offering high school and undergraduate students the opportunity to publish with Canadian Science Publishing.

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Scholarly Writing Challenge (SWC)

The challenge provides high school students with an opportunity to showcase their original research.

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STEMpowerment Internship

Providing high school students with the opportunity to conduct research in a university lab.

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STEMpowerment Mentorship

Providing free academic support and peer counselling for youth who are members of under-served communities.

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Ambassador Program

Our high school ambassadors promote our initiatives, represent our organization at community events and provide feedback on our initiatives to contribute to the development of the organization.

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University Branches

Our 15 university branches act as local representatives of the national STEM Fellowship team and hold networking events, competitions, career talks and workshops tailored for the students attending the respective institution.

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We are hiring. Empower your Future.

Our Partners

News

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Stem Fellowship Holiday Post

STEM Fellowship extends its warmest wishes for a joyous holiday season and new year! Warmest wishes from the entire STEM Fellowship executive team, Copyright © *|2018|* *|STEM Fellowship|*, All rights reserved. Want to change how you receive these emails? You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.    

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Newsletter Issue October

Newsletter Issue #2 Oct. 2018 Welcome to STEM Fellowship’s Monthly Newsletter! This October issue will include: → Featured Opportunity – The Rabbit Hole of Knowledge → Update from the Managing Director, Mohammad Asadi Lari → Announcements from National Outreach, Data Science, STEM Fellowship Journal → Digital Science Blog Series Featured Opportunity! The Rabbit Hole of

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2018 Scholarly Writing Challenge

STEM Fellowship’s 2018 Scholarly Writing Challenge is now underway. The purpose of this challenge is to inspire high school students to prepare themselves for a future of research and science publishing.   The Scholarly Writing Challenge is open to all high school students in grades 10, 11 and 12 inside and outside of Canada. Entries

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Kay Wu attends NSERC Awards Ceremony!

This week, our very own Kay Wu had the fantastic honour of attending the NSERC Awards Ceremony celebrating Canada’s top researchers, where she was able to learn about the life work of many brilliant minds! Kay met Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, and NSERC president Dr. Mario Pinto. This

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Competing in the CaYPT and IYPT was probably the most valuable experience I had in high school. I learned how to derive my own theoretical models, design and run original experiments, and present my findings in a PhD-style peer defense.

Patrick Prochazka

( CaYPT 2016 Contestant )

I cannot express my gratitude towards STEM Fellowship enough. Not only has the Big Data Challenge catapulted me into the world of data analytics and scientific research, but it has also introduced me to supportive mentors across industry and academia.

Tony Xu

( Big Data Challenge Contestant 2016 )

CaYPT gave me the opportunity to experience both the experimental and theoretical aspects of scientific research. One of the most beneficial parts of the competition is its ‘debating’ format. Putting myself into roles of the reporter and the opposer pushed me to think of problems from different view points.

Vivian He

( CaYPT 2016 Contestant )

I cannot express my gratitude towards STEM Fellowship enough. Not only has the Big Data Challenge catapulted me into the world of data analytics and scientific research, but it has also introduced me to supportive mentors across industry and academia.

Tony Xu

( Big Data 2016 Contestant )