Chelsea Rochman recognized with President’s Impact Award
For her globally recognized work on plastic pollution that informs government policy, inspires youth and builds research capacity, Chelsea Rochman has received the President’s Impact Award.
Professor Rochman conducts research in the Canadian Arctic, Toronto watersheds, the Great Lakes and at Northwestern Ontario’s Experimental Lakes Area – and has served as a scientific adviser to the UN, the G7 and the federal government.
Chelsea Rochman has been named to the Royal Society’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists
Six researchers from across the Faculty of Arts & Science are among the 15 University of Toronto scholars and scientists named today by the Royal Society of Canada as Fellows of the […]
Five faculty members at the University of Toronto – experts in a wide range of disciplines, from ecology to engineering – have been appointed to the Royal Society of Canada’s College […]
I am pleased to let you know that we have launched a new (tri-campus) EEB Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity Award, which may be awarded annually to an individual or group at […]
Congratualtions to former EEB PhD student Stephen De Lisle on receiving an Early Career Award from the Canadian Society for Ecology & Evolution! Stephen is currently a Postdoctoral Scholar at […]
Marie-Josée Fortin has been recognized as University Professor, the University of Toronto’s highest honour, for her fundamental work and international leadership in the field of spatial analysis in ecology. “It is […]
Arts & Science is delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Asher Cutter as Interim Associate Dean, Student Affairs for a four-month term, effective July 1, 2020. Professor Cutter received his PhD […]
Professor Jacqueline Sztepanacz is this year’s Dobzhansky Prize winner from the Society for the Study of Evolution. The prize is awarded annually to recognize the outstanding research accomplishments and future promise of […]
Plant evolutionary biologist Spencer Barrett has been elected to the US National Academy of Sciences as an International Member. Election to the Academy represents one of the highest honours awarded to a […]
While the image of a sea turtle eating a plastic bag is an iconic illustration of the danger of plastic pollution, less obvious is the threat posed by the invisible […]
“The University of Toronto congratulates its newest Royal Society of Canada fellows on their achievement and looks forward to the outstanding work they will continue to produce as members of […]