UBC Let's Talk Science strives to improve science, technology, engineering and mathematics literacy through the outreach efforts of members of the research community at the University of British Columbia. Our volunteers work with youth from elementary and secondary schools to ignite science excitement and share their knowledge with eager young minds.
In the News
The following are stories featuring the work performed by UBC Let’s Talk Science volunteers.
Mad about Matter
Tumble Ridge News, May 2011.
Science Fair Mentorship Program Students, Jasper Kim and Allen Greer,
Interviewed on CityTV Breakfast Television
CityTV Breakfast Television. April 25, 2011.
Let’s Talk Science Coordinator Interviewed on C’est ça la vie TV Show
C’est ça la vie, Radio-Canada. March 25, 2011.
Comment intéresser les jeunes aux sciences?!
Phare Ouest, Radio-Canada. December 10, 2010.
University Achievements Recognized in Blue and Gold Review
The Ubyssey. December 2, 2010. Page 3.
Kids Celebrate Science with a Bash [pdf]
The Richmond Review, October 23rd, 2010. Page 8.
A Lab Crawl, a Green Walk: Young Minds Explore Science and UBC [pdf]
Synergy, Issue 01/2010. Page 16.