The Hagen Graduate Scholarship is awarded to a full-time MSc students registered in CBS, not beyond semester 5 and full-time PhD students registered in CBS, not beyond semester 9 studying aquatic biodiversity with at least a first class (A-) average in the previous two years of study. Preference will be given to students with an interest in tropical and/or marine fish or aquaculture, doing their research in the Hagen Aqualab.
The Tony Anthony Prize in Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy is awarded to the student who achieves the highest grade in course ZOO*2090, Vertebrate Structure and Function.
The Ronald Ko Scholarship is awarded to the student with the highest grade in the Integrative Biology of Invertebrates course ZOO*3700 in the Department of Integrative Biology, currently offered in the Fall semester.
Michelle Hotchkiss was also last year's recipient of the Tony Anthony Prize in Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy!
This NSERC scholarship will allow Zach to spend next summer in North Carolina, where he will be working with a researcher from North Carolina State University to study the evolution of herbicide resistance in the agricultural weed Amaranthus palmeri.
The Elgin Card Terrestrial Scholarship in Terrestrial Animal Ecology is awarded to a student with high academic standing and demonstrated interest in the area of terrestrial zoology.
The Norman James Scholarship in Aquatic Animal Ecology is awarded to a student with high academic standing and demonstrated interest in the area of aquatic animal ecology.
Integrative Biology graduate student, Sarah Dolson attended the 153rd annual meeting of the Entomological Society of Ontario last weekend and won a travel award for her presentation on research on rove beetle diversity across a neotropical elevation gradient.
CONGRATULATIONS on making a splash at her first conference!
The Monroe Landon Memorial Scholarship recipient is selected based on the student who has demonstrated the most active interest in field biology and conservation of native flora. It is for students registered in any program offered by the Department of Integrative Biology who have completed between 14. 5 and 17.5 credits with a minimum 75% cumulative average and who have demonstrated an active interest in field biology and conservation of native flora.
This scholarship was established to encourage young scientists passionate about botany. It is awarded to students registered in the Biodiversity major of the BSc program in the College of Biological Science who have completed between 14.0 and 17.0 credits. Selection will be based on the highest combined average of any two of the BOT courses.