A sample of media articles about The Roberta Bondar Foundation and its educational programmes:
- Students attend the “Blast Off with Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar Philharmonic Concert” conducted by Boris Brott at Hamilton Place
The Walrus Foundation convened nine prominent Torontonians—Midnight’s Children director Deepha Mehta, CBC’s Matt Galloway, chef Jamie Kennedy and astronaut Roberta Bondar among them—and gave them each seven minutes to talk about one aspect of “the art of the city.”
- Roberta Bondar, Jamie Kennedy and seven others discuss The Art of the City at the latest Walrus Talk
From Sweetgrass Station, Wood Buffalo National Park, the Northern Journal reports Dr Roberta Bondar’s concentrated workshop in nature photography for wilderness campers from PW Kaeser High School, Fort Smith, preparing for the Bondar Challenge.
To encourage viewing the environment through a camera lens, Dr. Roberta Bondar took her Bondar Challenge to Wood Buffalo National Park’s Sweetgrass Station where she paid a surprise visit to a campout of NWT high school students.
The Medical Post features some of The Roberta Bondar Foundation’s education initiatives, including the Travelling Exhibition and Learning Experience as well as the Bondar Challenge that is presently in pilot programs this summer.
Members of the Foundation’s Board of Directors travelled to Sault Ste. Marie to participate in one of the City’s 100th Anniversary celebrations. It was a special evening that paid tribute to Dr. Roberta Bondar on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of her space flight as the world’s first neurologist in space and Canada’s first woman astronaut.
Sault-Sainte-Marie rend un nouvel hommage à Roberta Bondar, la première femme canadienne à voyager dans l’espace.
In a commitment to their core business value of environmental stewardship, Union Gas donates to the educational programs of The Roberta Bondar Foundation.
Sault teens keep their eyes on their environment through their prizewinning camera lenses in a Bondar Challenge.
Brampton seventh graders tackle environmental science through photographic composition in their Bondar Challenge.
In Our Planet; the magazine of the United Nations Environment Programme, the world’s first neurologist in space, Dr Roberta Bondar, describes how her new foundation aspires to achieve environmental learning through the art of photography.