Ms. Courtney Robichaud will defend her Ph.D. thesis on Tuesday, May 11, 2021 at 1:30p.
Title: Multi-trophic effects if invasive species suppression in a costal wetland
Supervisor: Dr. Rebecca Rooney
Ms. Lucia Liao will defend her M.Sc. thesis on Monday, May 3, 2021 at 11:00a.
Title: Optimizing protein S-acylation detection in autophagy
Supervisor: Dr. Dale Martin
The annual Biology Graduate Symposium will take place virtually on April 29, 2021.
Mr. Timothy Shardlow will defend his M.Sc. thesis on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 at 1:00p.
Title: Identification and characterization of toxic cyanobacteria in two maritime watersheds within forested regimes in North America
Supervisors: Dr. Kirsten Müller & Dr. Monica Emelko
Ms. Cory Savage will defend her M.Sc. thesis on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at 1:00p.
Title: Application of artificial substrate samplers to assess enrichment of metals of concern by river floodwaters to lakes across the Peace-Athabasca Delta
Supervisors: Dr. Roland Hall & Dr. Brent Wolfe (WLU)
Mr. Adam Grottoli will defend his M.Sc. thesis on Tuesday, April 13, 2021 at 10:00a.
Title: The importance of long-term capture-mark-recapture archives for wildlife monitoring and research: Two examples from bat populations
Supervisor: Dr. Hugh Broders
In 2015, after documenting testimonies from Indigenous survivors of the residential school system in Canada, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission released 94 Calls to Action to enable reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians.
Let's Celebrate our Student Award Recipients
The Faculty of Science is celebrating the achievements of this year's student award recipients. Please help us celebrate! Join us virtually as we bring together our students, donors, faculty and staff to recognize the tremendous accomplishments of our Science Stars.
Following the main celebration, attendees will be have the opportunity to slip into smaller meet & greet groups for more interactive discussion with those from their own academic program.
Grab your favourite afternoon drink, cozy up in your favourite chair and spend an hour with some truly inspirational women. Whether you'd like to just listen, or engage over text in the online chat forum, this virtual high tea social will be a lively commentary and round-table discussion about why women choose to challenge.
9th Annual World Wetlands Day Research Symposium at the University of Waterloo
Come meet our newest faculty members
The Faculty of Science is proud to announce a new, complimentary online lecture series that highlights the incredible new talent in our midst. Over the coming months, we will be hosting a series of talks from a wide range of topics that introduce you to our latest lecturers, researchers and future stars of the Faculty.
Stay tuned as we release the names of future series speakers in the weeks ahead! These talks are open to alumni, friends, faculty, staff and the greater UW community.
The Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change (IC3) and Faculty of Health are hosting the student-led webinar “Toxic Algal Blooms – Implications of Climate Change on Frequency and Prevention in Water Systems" on January 27th, 2021 at 1pm.
Tillmann Benfey (Department of Biology, UNB Fredericton)