Here are blog posts that I have written for various platforms, including Signals and Science Borealis.
Signals | October 8 2020
In this post, I wrote about what I learned while co-organizing ComSciConGTA, and a few tips on transitioning your event to an engaging virtual format.
Gairdner Foundation | July 3 2020
I highlighted some of the key take-aways from ten leaders speaking about three different aspects of Canada’s scientific response to the pandemic, specifically: vaccine efforts, population-wide research and impact, and co-ordination and collaboration.
Gairdner Foundation | May 22 2020
Signals | November 20 2019
Genome Alberta | November 18 2019
Signals | October 30 2019
RCIScience | August 27 2019
Science Borealis | June 24 2019
I co-wrote a guide to forming a student science policy group, with Molly Sung, a fellow Toronto Science Policy Network co-founder.
Signals | March 8 2019
Medium | March 3 2019
In this self-published blog post, I wrote a beginner’s guide to science communication opportunities in Canada, which includes outreach, public speaking, writing, journalism and social media initiatives.
Signals | February 5 2019
I interviewed Dr. Heidi Gardner, who was travelling across the world to meet with different science communicators to explore the process and practice of science blogging, as a part of her Winston Churchill Memorial Trust (WCMT) fellowship.
Evidence For Democracy | November 13 2018
I wrote about the ongoing global quest to improve the coverage of female and minority scientists on Wikipedia, and how you too can take part in this form of science advocacy at an Edit-A-Thon or from the comfort of your own home.
Science Borealis | November 5 2018
In this post, I wrote about Science & Policy Exchange, a non-profit, bilingual science advocacy group led by graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.
Science Borealis | August 27 2018
This post recaps the key lessons I learned, and my thoughts about Projected Futures 2, a course aimed at science graduate students interested in exploring science journalism.
Science Borealis | April 26 2018
I co-wrote a blog post with Nahomi Amberber about the three main sources of income that graduate students typically receive: stipends, grants and awards, and teaching assistant (TA)-ships.
Medium | January 31 2018
In this self-published blog post, I summarized key points raised during the University of Toronto Libraries' Student Journal Forum.
Science Borealis | October 25 2017