First Lady of Physics: Dr. Chien-Shiung Wu

First Lady of Physics: Dr. Chien-Shiung Wu

Dr. Chien-Shiung Wu, often dubbed the First Lady of Physics, was an inspiring woman physicist who made significant contributions to nuclear physics. She was born in 1912 in Liu He, China. Her parents strongly believed in education – her mother being a teacher...
7 Tips for Your Next Interview

7 Tips for Your Next Interview

Whether you are preparing for a scholarship interview, university entrance interview, or job interview, it can be nerve wracking! Here are 7 tips to guide you through that process and to help you prepare for your next interview. Read up beforehand Read up on the...
International Women’s Day Dinner

International Women’s Day Dinner

On Friday, March 3rd, the University of Waterloo hosted its annual International Women’s Day Dinner. International Women’s Day takes place annually on March 8th. I was lucky enough to attend the event, and this blog post will highlight some key moments of the evening....
NASA’s Discovery

NASA’s Discovery

Planetary systems are complex and interesting things. They are composed of stars, planets orbiting around the stars, moons orbiting around planets, asteroid belts, dust and rocks, and more. If the planets are too close to the star, it is too hot for life to develop....

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