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Study Tips for First Year University Students

In a few short weeks you will be embarking on a new stage of your life as an undergraduate student. For many students, this transition can be terrifying, challenging and sometimes overwhelming. In addition to adjusting to a new environment and potentially new living situation, students will be faced with new educational demands and new

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Interview with Stephanie Totten, McGill MD/PhD Candidate

Our May Spotlight features Stephanie Totten, an accomplished MD/PhD candidate at McGill University and recipient of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Frederick Banting and Charles Best Graduate Scholarship. Previously, she attained a Bachelor of Science in Life Science with a Specialization in Microbiology and Molecular Biotechnology and a Master of Science in Experimental Medicine

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Remembering Mohammad Hossein and Zeynab Asadi Lari

Today, the National Student Network (NSN) lost two remarkable members of the NSN National Young Leaders (NYL) Mentorship team,  Mohammad Hossein Asadi Lari and Zeynab Asadi Lari, in the crash of the Ukraine International Airlines flight near Tehran, Iran.  Mohammad joined the NSN in 2015. He was instrumental in developing the NSN’s regional presence in

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