The TAG Team is Science World’s Teen Advisory Group. It organizes SWEET (Science World Extravagant Evening for Teens) events for
Student insights, articles and analyses shared with the country.
You’re graduating with your Bachelor of Science. Now what? On the 1st day at UBC in my 1st year biology class, the professor posed the question “Who is here wanting to go to medical, pharmacy or dental school?”. Almost the entire class put up their hands. Four years later, the graduating class had one of
Hello NSN members! Thank you for your support and dedication to the National Student Network’s (NSN) mission! 2016 has been a year of steady growth for the NSN. Specifically, we had 40 000 page views from 15 220 unique visitors, reached our 1000th registered NSN member milestone, increased our social media presence and expanded our
Networking is establishing and maintaining good relations with people you meet or know, and then creating meaningful outcomes for both parties. So, who do you network with? Well, you can network anytime you meet new people or encounter acquaintances: your professors, classmates, co-workers, potential employers, friend of friends and anyone you feel that can add
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