Dan Mennill

man holding large Mexcian snakeBiology grad Roberto Sosa-López, who attended the University of Windsor as an international student, is now a research fellow at Mexico’s CIIDIR Unidad Oaxaca (Interdisciplinary Research Centre for Regional Development at Oaxaca University).

Faculty of Science offers scholarship for international PhD students

A new scholarship in the Faculty of Science will reduce tuition for select international PhD candidates to that paid by domestic students.

Allison Mistakidis uses a spectrophotometer to measure the plumage colour of a museum specimen of a warbler.Allison Mistakidis, a former Master’s student in the laboratory of biology professor Stéphanie Doucet, uses a spectrophotometer to measure the plumage colour of a museum specimen of a warbler.

Geographic overlap promotes different feather colours, but similar songs, in birds

Birds of a feather don’t flock together: a study finds avian species sharing space exhibit greater difference in colouration, but more similar songs.
Geese crowded along campus walkwayThere are usually a lot of geese on campus at this time of year, says biology professor Dan Mennill.

Geese flocking to fill campus niche?

There are usually a lot of geese on campus at this time of year, says biology professor Dan Mennill.