Welcome to our blog! We are three students part of Year 1 of the Future Science Leaders program at Science World. Here, we’ll be posting anything and everything about our scientific interests and opinions. Here’s a bit about each of us:
My name is Hebah Hussaina, and I am a grade 11 student in Surrey, BC. Science has always been a huge passion of mine. I love learning about many different topics, but my favorites are definitely chemistry & biology, more specifically psychology & neuroscience. I spend lots of my time volunteering with younger children in my community; playing with & helping them. I deeply care for the welfare of children, and strive to help through school and community endeavors. Books and movies, especially of the sci-fi genre, as well as listening to music and jogging are my favorite pastimes. I also play the guitar, volleyball, badminton, and I skate. Tea & travelling are passions of mine; trying out different flavors, visiting new places & being immersed into the culture is always an enjoyable experience.
Through FSL and other scientific ambitions I hope to take on, I want to take the knowledge and experience I have gained and one day contribute back to my community in a positive way.
I am currently a grade 11 student at Moscrop Secondary, and interested in
a cat harem furthering my understanding of the world around me through the pursuit of science. Although I love all the different sciences like my own babies, if I had to pick my favorite like an overly critical mother, I would have to say biology and specifically evolution is the most intriguing subject. As much as I would like to lock myself in a room with books and study all day, I also have interests such as kayaking, photography, and playing piano. I am involved in the community through volunteering with various organizations such as Variety, CPAWS, and local care homes. Environmental leadership has also been a key aspect of my involvement as I am participating and also leading youth initiatives in school and throughout the community. Currently, I am becoming interested in science research opportunities for youth, and hope to further enrich my learning experience with hands on work.