Creating Opportunities for the Next Generation of STEM Talent with the Visions of Science Network for Learning and Amgen Canada
Since she was young, Eugenia Duodu has possessed a passion for science. But as the Toronto Star reports, pursuing that passion was never easy. As a high school student, Duodu struggled with impostor syndrome and a lack of diversity in STEM (science, technology, engineering, math)-based fields. But after she attended a summer mentorship program for students of Indigenous and African ancestry at the University of Toronto, she was exposed to young scientists who looked like her.