Daniel Heath

Daniel Heath, an integrated biologist at UWindsor's Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, is heading a project to ensure the sustainability of freshwater fish stocks for generations to come.Daniel Heath, an integrated biologist at UWindsor's Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, is heading a project to ensure the sustainability of freshwater fish stocks for generations to come.

Freshwater fish research receives $9.1 million in funding

A UWindsor research project that will help ensure the sustainability of freshwater fish stocks in Canada for generations to come has received $9.1 million in funding.

Daniel Heath, an integrated biology professor at UWindsor’s Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, is heading a genome project that involves Canadian researchers from coast to coast.

Some of the University of Windsor scientists who presented their research findings at the North American Ornithological Congress last week in Washington, DC.Some of the University of Windsor scientists who presented their research findings at the North American Ornithological Congress last week in Washington, DC.

Flocking together: history’s largest ornithology conference boasts strong showing for UWindsor

The University of Windsor made a world-class showing of ornithological expertise last week during the North American Ornithological Congress.

Marlys Koschinsky, Daniel HeathDean of science Marlys Koschinsky congratulates Daniel Heath on his lifetime achievement award.

Reception celebrates successes in science

The 15th Annual Faculty of Science Celebration of Success, April 1 in the CAW Student Centre, recognized the extraordinary achievements of its educators and researchers, says dean Marlys Koschinsky.

“Whether it be a high impact publication, a prestigious grant or award, demonstrated teaching effectiveness, or superlative efforts on a special project,” she said, “I want to recognize and celebrate the impact of what we do in science, and to share our accomplishments with the University of Windsor community and beyond.”