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CST Graduate Award winner Tim Wu

Tim Wu is curious.  From a very early age, he has always wanted to understand and improve the world around him. Throughout his high school years, Tim channeled his curiosity into the sciences.

CST Graduate Award winner Simon Beshara

When asked about his future in medicine, Simon emphasizes the importance of being both a physician and a scientist; “Classically, academia and medicine have been on two different tracks: You had people who went into treating people based on what we know, and you had people who dedicated their lives to helping us know more.  As medicine and research evolved, we realized that we need people to do both because it’s those practitioners who see what people need who are the ones best placed to find where we can go next.  So, there’s a big push for this sort of physician-scientist balanc

CST Graduate Award winner Ruth Lebel-Almaw

Ruth Lebel-Almaw knows her future will be realized in the field. She will travel and discover, learn more, see more and do more.  Through her lens, the world is massive and culture is everywhere. She wants to be part of making meaningful change.  With the help her Elizabeth B. Wright Award from the Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation, Ruth will attain a Master's in Development Practice from the University of Waterloo in which she will gain professional training on how to better identify and address the challenges of extreme poverty and sustainable development. 

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