The National Student Network (NSN) strives to be an active, relevant, and supportive community network that empowers youth across Canada
Student insights, articles and analyses shared with the country.
In our latest Spotlight, we’re proud to feature our National Young Leader mentor, Julia Kim. As a University of Toronto MSc candidate, Julia is studying proteins involved in heart disease to identify new treatments. Julia is an avid supporter of scientific outreach- she serves as an editorial board member with the STEM Fellowship Journal, and
Going abroad to study and/or intern can be both exhilarating and nerve-wracking at the same time. Careful planning can help avoid last-minute stress, and allow you to swiftly ease into the new environment. Below is a list of considerations for planning ahead for your journey. Paperwork: Immigration documents: visa, and other related forms. To obtain
Following up on David’s great article on why you should attend conferences, I will be focusing on how to choose which conferences to attend and how to prepare for them. If you are hoping to go to a conference, first discuss with your supervisor about which ones they think are appropriate. If they give you
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