Between the To-Do List and Your Passions: Maggie Pugosa on First-Year, Sports, and All Things In-Between
BEEDIE LUMINARIES — Maggie Pugosa is many things: she’s a student at the University of British Columbia, an earlybird, a pasta-lover, a Beedie Luminary from Cohort 2022, and an athlete. MostRead More
Conversations That Matter: Interviewing Beedie Luminary Nour Suliman 3 Years Later
BEEDIE LUMINARIES — From our 2019 Cohort, Nour Suliman is currently completing her Bachelor of Science (Major in Behavioural Neuroscience and Minor in Microbiology and Immunology) at the University of BritishRead More
The Process of Getting Published: How To Do It and How To Do It Well.
BEEDIE LUMINARIES–When asking four undergraduate students from the University of British Columbia about their experience getting published in JMIR (Journal Medical Informatics Research), they had an unexpected response: “To be honest,Read More
Making Connections Today for Hackathons Tomorrow: How Azzam, Ethan, and Tayyib Placed Third in a Nationwide Samsung Competition
BEEDIE LUMINARIES TEAM–A couple of months ago, an email arrived in our general inbox just after lunchtime. Titled “Samsung Solve For Tomorrow Challenge”, it was hard to miss and certainly intriguing.Read More