Join us for the 4th annual Graduate Research Day
Ewart Angus Centre and HSC-1A6 – February 23, 2017
One evening in May, Laura King found herself camping on an uninhabited islet off a tiny island nation in the Indian Ocean.
Nestled in the rocks, she watched geckos crawling down the vines and listened to seabirds calling overhead. “This,” she wrote in her blog. “This is why I work and volunteer in conservation.”
Tarushika Vansanthan (a PhD student in Dr. J. Stone’s lab) was recently awarded the 2016 GSA Keith Leppmann Teaching Assistant Excellence Award.
Meryl Acker (a MSc student in Dr. R. Jacobs’ lab) was recently awarded the 2016 GSA Keith Leppmann Teaching Assistant Excellence Award
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Nicole Batenburg, a Ph.D. student in Dr. Xu-Dong Zhu’s lab, won the best poster presentation award at the 3rd Canadian Symposium on Telomeres and Genome Integrity, which took place in Calgary from May 24-27, 2016
Lindsey Boyd (M.Sc. candidate) in the Chow-Fraser lab, was recently awarded the Zone H Fisheries Research Grant from the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters/Toronto Sportsmen’s Show (see attached photo). The $4,000 award will be used to build a vegetation mapping unit (canoe, side scan sonar and trolling motor) that will help Lindsey collect data on submersed aquatic vegetation in our wetlands in Georgian Bay. The award was given to her in an award ceremony on March 19, 2016, at the Hilton Hotel in Mississauga.
Dan Weller (Ph.D candidate) won the Dr. Ed Crossman Research Education Grant from Muskies Canada. This is a scholarship of $1,000 to be used at his discretion. In awarding him this scholarship, the President of Muskies Canada stated they were “impressed by your proposal and we strongly support the work you are proposing.
McMaster has a strong record of important work on the habitat and environmental conditions that support Georgian Bay muskellunge. We are very pleased to encourage your contribution to this body of scientific knowledge.”
As a little girl growing up in Goa, India, Natalie D’Silva was more likely to have pieces from a Meccano model building set in her hands than a doll.
It may have started as a way to keep her occupied, her mom telling her to go play with her brother. But something stuck.
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