Two University of Windsor graduate students won prizes for outstanding talks at the recent annual meeting of the Society of Canadian Ornithologists.
Sarah Dobney, a PhD student in the Department of Integrative Biology, won the “Early Program Award” for an outstanding presentation from an early-career researcher. Her prize-winning talk was titled: “Quiet in the nest: Nest environment diminishes song transmission to nestlings.”
Leah Webster, a doctoral candidate at Imperial College London, sought out Windsor to be her academic home for three months.
Catherine Febria has been appointed to the Intergovernmental science-policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services.
Windsor Regional Hospital received the Sue Skrobiak Award of Excellence on Sept. 20 from the Odette School of Business.
Professor emeritus Karl Jirgens and alumnus Gordon Grisenthwaite will read from and sign copies of their new books Sept. 28 at Biblioasis.