Amanda Semenuk receives a Young Scientist Fellowship
Congratulations to Amanda Semenuk, MSc student in the Smith and Jacobs labs, who has received a Young Scientist Fellowship worth 3,000 euros from The Society for Carnivorous Plants in Germany (Gesellschaft für Fleischfressende Pflanzen e.V.) for her MSc thesis research project, "Are salamanders feeding the bog?: using stable isotopes to unravel a unique case of plant carnivory upon a vertebrate in Algonquin Provincial Park, Canada". Congratulations Amanda! You may have heard Amanda earlier this fall on CBC Radio's Quirks and Quarks talking about her summer at the Algonquin Wildlife Research Station (https://www.cbc.ca/radio/quirks/sep-12-summer-science-special-fishing-with-the-boys-covid-garbage-and-more-1.5720234 at 31 minutes). Congratulations on a great start to your MSc! "