I am currently in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta. In my spare time, I like to enjoy the outdoors.


I'm a skier, biker, photographer, gamer, and more. I hope to get my SCUBA Open Water Certification this year! Lost - in the middle of the Rockies - is one of my favourite places to be. I've also competed in track and field, and enjoy relaxing beside a crackling fire.


I've had most of my formal education in Edmonton, Alberta, and have met many great peers and teachers along the way. Although pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering, I love to discuss history, philosophy, literature, politics, and physics.


My father and I both appreciate expressing our own humanity through art. Photography offers us a meeting place between creativity and technical mastery of light and electronics. Check out some of my photos below.


Since I was young, I have had the ambition to travel the globe and learn about the various cultures which co-exist together on Earth. I am lucky to have grown up in a country of varying landscape, and have lived in small villages and large cities - but there is much I have yet to see! I believe that understanding others makes for a better person.

Engage North

In 2014, I worked and learned in the Hamlet of Pangnirtung in Nunavut. I taught youth coding in Scratch and set up the infrastructure for a Virtual Reality Arcade system.

I have many photos from the beautiful Pang and kept a blog for my adventures as well! Check it out below.


I am involved on the University of Alberta campus in governance, a hydrogen fuel cell powered vehicle team, and sometimes in a research capacity. There is much to learn and many ways extracurriculars can benefit other students as well. For example, check out the blog posts I made with the EcoCar team at competition in Detroit.


Some recent posts about things in my life. Click here to see all my posts.

Jason R. Wang

Super Supermoon

This morning was the closest a full moon has been to Earth (at the Perigee) since January 26, 1948. It was supposed to be 14% larger and 30%...Read More

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