In the relaunch of our podcast, we bring you an interview with Dal’s latest Rhodes Scholar, Sierra Sparks. Engineering student Sierra talks about her hard work getting the scholarship, leadership that inspires women and changing the world. We’ve also changed our name to “Behind the Story” and we’ll be uploading this to our Youtube channel to include captioning.
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In this episode we interview Melanie Massey, a PhD candidate in the Department of Biology.
Her research looks at how temperatures influence organisms. Particularly, the cascading effects that some organisms experience when they’re subject to temperature fluctuations in early life stages.
She also dedicates her spare time to engaging BIPOC youth in science outreach and education through an organization she co-foundedwith another BIPOC PhD student. Their organization is called Diversity of Nature.
This episode covers Melanie’s experience growing up in Toronto’s East Chinatown, how she’s combined her love of art with her passion for science, and removing barriers to make science more inclusive.
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Welcome to Walking Gottingen. An immersive audio experience.
In order to begin the sound walk, you should be standing at the intersection of Gottingen and Cornwallis on the right-hand side of the street (HINT; near the North End Community Health Centre)
This project was created by Jayde Tynes, Francella Fiallos and Sarah Poko. Thank you to the community members who have shared their voice through this project so that you can have a memorable experience today.
We would also like to acknowledge our funders the Inspirit Foundation and Halifax Community Investment Fund. As well as our partners the North End Community Health Centre, Mayworks Festival and CKDU.
Enjoy your stroll down memory lane!
In this edition, we explore the Security Sector Engagement in preventing the recruitment and use of children. Peacekeeper Jacquelyn Nakayenze […]