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The Peak

From chemical reactions that hit the ceilings of lecture halls, to trips to remote regions of Northern BC, this is an account of some anecdotes and experiences of Lea's first co-op term. In this series, Lea discusses working for Science AL!VE in the summer of 2014, where she taught children about the field of study that she loves herself.

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Lea sitting on a bench on the docks having lunch with three other people
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Who Here Thinks Science Is Cool?!

From chemical reactions that hit the roof of our lecture halls, to trips to remote regions of Northern BC, this is an account of some anecdotes and experiences of my first co-op term, working for Science AL!VE in the summer of 2014, teaching children about the field of study that I love myself.  This is part 1 of 4 of the "Science Al!ve Insider" series.

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3 children standing against a white background with seagulls edited onto their heads, hands and shoulders
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Not Raspberry Pie, but Raspberry Pi

From chemical reactions that hit the roof of our lecture halls, to trips to remote regions of Northern BC, this is an account of some anecdotes and experiences of my first co-op term, working for Science AL!VE in the summer of 2014, teaching children about the field of study that I love myself.  This is part 2 of a 4 part series.

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Shoreline of a water body at sunset
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Science Here, There, Everywhere

From chemical reactions that hit the roof of our lecture halls, to trips to remote regions of Northern BC, this is an account of some anecdotes and experiences of my first co-op term, working for Science AL!VE in the summer of 2014, teaching children about the field of study that I love myself.

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Lea demonstrating an experiment
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A Goodbye to Science Shows

From chemical reactions that hit the roof of our lecture halls, to trips to remote regions of Northern BC, this is an account of some anecdotes and experiences of my first co-op term, working for Science AL!VE in the summer of 2014, teaching children about the field of study that I love myself.  This is the last part of the "Science Al!ve Insider" series.