The Bryant Family Research Prize is awarded to the two students with the best final written reports in IBIO*4500 Research in Integrative Biology. This year's award winner is Maria Dolan.
Quinn Allamby is this year's recipient of the Precambrian Aquatic Prize. This is awarded to the student with the highest average in IBIO*4600 Integrative Marine and Freshwater Research.
The Gaskin Medal in Marine and Freshwater Biology is awarded to the student who graduates with the highest cumulative average in the Department of Integrative Biology's Marine and Freshwater Biology Major, this year's recipient is Jared Shaftoe.
This award was established to honour Dr. David Gaskin, professor in the former Department of Zoology from 1968 - 1998, for his contribution to this field.
The Bryant Family Thesis Research Scholarship is awarded to the student with the best final written report in IBIO*4522 Thesis in Integrative Biology. This year's recipient is Harry Seely.
Project title: Essential Principles and Processes of Science Lacking In Canadian Environmental Assessment Scholarship and Practice
Advisor: Dr. Steve Crawford
The Ronald Ko Scholarship represents income generated by a trust fund established by Dr. Ko. One annual award is presented in the Winter semester. Application is not required.
The Tony Anthony Prize in Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy was established in memory of the late E.H. Anthony, Professor in the former Department of Zoology, One award will be made for each semester in which the course is offered. Application is not required.
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 Resear