30 Sep

2021 Energy Hack a Success

From September 18–26, Pueblo Science held its third annual Hackathon for Science Education. The Hackathon was hosted online through Devpost, Discord, and Zoom.

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4 Jul

Volunteer Profile: Khansa Siddiqi

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3 Jun

Pueblo Science Receives OTF Grant

We are excited to announce that on May 3, we received the Resilient Communities Fund grant ($45,300) from the Ontario Trillium Foundation. The grant will help us build portable videography and livestreaming studio kits that can be loaned to our volunteer instructors so they can work on developing our existing STEM activities and demonstrations into digital […]

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5 Apr

Volunteer Profile: Kiran Sukdeo

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5 Mar

Volunteer Profile: Candice Pereira

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10 Dec

Teacher Profile: April Locsin

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22 Nov

Volunteer Profile: Luke Dingwell

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18 Oct

Volunteer Profile: Samantha Chau

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7 Oct

Sustainability-themed low-cost science experiments created by students around the globe at Pueblo Science’s hackathon

Despite facing COVID-19-related restrictions, the Pueblo Science organizing team, 80 student participants, and 20 mentors and judges teamed up over two weekends this September to create new science experiment kits for low-resource schools in the Philippines. While the event was hosted at the University of Toronto last year, the second annual Hackathon for Science Education […]

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29 Sep

Volunteer Profile: Elizabeth Hodgson

When her entire university went entirely online this spring during the pandemic, Elizabeth Hodgson, a Neuroscience major from Barnard College at Columbia University, was looking for ways to get involved with STEM education. She reached out to Pueblo Science and has now been volunteering (remotely!) on a couple of projects. Find out a little bit […]

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