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.
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 […]
Congratulations to James and Spencer in receiving the Ranjini (Rini) Ghosh Excellence in Teaching Award. This award normally goes to faculty members early in their career. When word went out […]
Vanessa and Tzvi Aviv are the winners of the recent Syngenta AI Challenge. Their work provides a novel mathematical model addressing issues regarding performance and viability of seed varieties. Congratulations […]
Congratulations to Postdoc Meghan Greischar for being awarded the R. A. Fisher Prize from the Society for the Study of Evolution. You can find her award-winning paper here.
Congratulations to Tess Granger from the Gilbert lab for winning a Diversity and excellence in research award This award celebrates the excellent work done by doctoral students in our society on a diverse array of […]
Canadian Society for Ecology & Evolution (CSEE) Early Career Awards recognize outstanding accomplishments and promising future research potential in ecology and evolution by scientists early in their careers. Dr. Emily […]
Professor Maydianne Andrade is a renowned scientist who says she will let the data do the talking when tackling her new role as U of T Scarborough’s vice-dean, faculty affairs & equity
Congratulations to Professor Stephen Wright on being awarded the prestigious Steacie Prize
Congratulations to Professors Marie-Josée Fortin and Martin Krkošek on being awarded Canada Research Chairs (CRCs) recognizing their very strong research programs.
Congratulations to Njal Rollinson in being selected as a 2016 Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution (CSEE) Early Career Award recipient. The CSEE Early Career Awards recognize outstanding accomplishments and promising future research potential […]