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.
“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 […]
One researcher wants to beat cancer. Another is developing a better malaria vaccine. Yet another is one of Canada’s leading paleontologists. The three University of Toronto faculty members – Daniel […]
As Ina Anreiter and her colleagues observed their test subjects, they witnessed a distinct contrast in the creatures’ foraging behaviour. Members of one group kept to the relative safety of […]
Professor Marie-Josée Fortin (University of Toronto) is the 2019 recipient of the President’s Award for Research Excellence in Ecology and Evolution. The CSEE President’s Award is the highest distinction conferred […]
Postdoc Karl Grieshop awarded prestigious John Maynard Smith Prize for his work on sex-specific selection
Postdoc Karl Grieshop in the Agrawal Lab and Mattias Mannervik’s lab at Stockholm University is this year’s winner of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology’s John Maynard Smith Prize for […]
John Stinchcombe has been awarded the title Distinguished Professor of Ecological Genetics, effective July 1, 2019, recognizing his outstanding research and teaching contributions at the University. John’s record in research and […]
Corey Goldman has been promoted to Professor, Teaching Stream, effective July 1, 2018, recognizing his long-standing and outstanding contributions to teaching at the University.Corey has provided exemplary teaching within our […]
On August 10-11, 2018, the University of Toronto held a symposium “Evolution of Plant Reproductive Systems: From Muddy Boots to Genomics” to honour Emeritus University Professor Spencer Barrett on the occasion […]
Congratulations to PhD candidate Ina Anreiter in the Sokolowski Lab for receiving DeLill Nasser Award for Professional Development in Genetics from the Genetics Society of America. She is one of […]
Rachel Germain has received the Ecological Society of America’s George Mercer Award for 2018 recognizing an outstanding, recently-published, ecological research paper by a young scientist. Rachel’s paper selected to receive this honour […]