STEM Fellowship is a national, student-run, non-profit organization that aims to enrich the paths of students in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) fields through programs, competitions, and workshops. We have our own peer-reviewed open source journal through Canadian Science Publishing and are the organizers of The Big Data Challenge, a longitudinal, mentorship-based research competition in which students analyze big data to discover trends related to socioeconomic or environmental issues in their communities. Our mission is to use mentorship and experiential learning to equip the next generation of change-makers in STEM with indispensable skills in research, data science, inquiry, and scholarly writing.
We are the UAlberta branch of STEM Fellowship, a Canadian registered charity focusing on mentorship and experiential learning to equip students with essential skills in data science and scholarly writing. This year STEM Fellowship UAlberta will be focusing on holding remote opportunities and events for undergraduates and high school students throughout the academic year. Some of these include:
- Research and writing workshops for undergraduates wanting to get involved in, or currently involved in research.
- REO (Research Exploration Opportunity)- This program offers high school students the opportunity to get involved in research.
- Fun, science-based trivia and facts
Follow us on Instagram @stemfellowship_ualberta to stay updated on upcoming events and opportunities to get involved!