Dr. Poesch gave the Stevenson Memorial award plenary address at the Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research in Halifax (link) on “Measuring Habitat Connectivity in Freshwaters: Challenges and Opportunities”.
Angela Ten won a NSERC Undergraduate Research Award. These are highly competitive national awards promoting undergraduate research. Great job Angela!
Taylor Lund won second place for Best Poster at Alberta Chapter of The Wildlife Society meeting in Canmore, Alberta. Great job Taylor!
Karling Roberts won first place and Sebastian Theis won second place for Best Poster at Northern Research Day at the Univesity of Alberta. Morag McPherson won second place for best oral presentation. These awards were assessed by a panel of judges during Northern Research Day symposium on campus. Great job team!
Sebastian Theis won Best Poster at the Bentley Lecture Series poster session. This is a competitive award given to the best student poster at the Bentley Lecture Series. Congratulations Sebastian!
Please join us for a synced viewing of Blue Planet 2. During the viewing we will be live chatting with ocean scientists to answer any questions.
Location GSB 802, University of Alberta
Sunday December 16, 4:00pm – 9:00pm
Monday December 17, 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Tuesday December 18, 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Capacity for seating is 50 people, first come, first serve.
P.S. – There is no entrance fee, we do however ask that you bring canned food or non-perishable food item for the food drive.
Michael Terry (not shown) and Caitlyn Donadt (shown) were awarded “Profiling Alberta Graduate Students” Travel Award. This is a competitive award given to a student/s at the University of Alberta to highlight their research. Both Michael and Cait will be presenting their research at this year’s Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research in London, Ontario. Great job Michael and Caitlyn.
Karling Roberts was awarded the Bill Shostak Wildlife Award. This is a competitive award given to a student at the University of Alberta who demonstrates excellence in wildlife research. Congratulations Karling.
Caitlyn Donadt was awarded the Marten K. Paetz Memorial Award in Fisheries Management. This is a competitive award given to a student who demonstrates excellence in fisheries management. Congratulations Cait.