April Dalton (PhD candidate) received the Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OSG) for the upcoming 2015-2016 academic year. Congratulations!
April Dalton (PhD candidate) presented results from her thesis at the XIX International Union for Quaternary Science (INQUA) Congress in Nagoya, Japan.
Maara Packalen successfully defended her PhD dissertation “Holocene Carbon Dynamics in the Patterned Peatlands of the Hudson Bay Lowland, Canada: Reducing Landscape-Scale Uncertainty in a Changing Climate”. Congratulations Maara! Maara is presently working as a research scientist at the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry.
Magdalena Sobol (PhD candidate) receives McNeilly Grant for Research in Tropical Palynology from the AASP. Congratulations!
April Dalton (PhD candidate) receives a University of Toronto School of Graduate Studies (SGS) Conference Grant to attend the XIX International Union for Quaternary Science (INQUA) Congress in Nagoya, Japan in July of this year. Congratulations!
April Dalton successfully defends her PhD proposal “The sub-till Missinaibi Formation, Hudson Bay Lowlands, Canada: a unique Pleistocene paleoclimate archive and an important North American ice model constraint for periods prior to the last glacial maximum” and becomes a PhD candidate!
Magdalena Sobol (PhD candidate) receives a CGCS Graduate Student Research Award to date her samples at the Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit. Congrats and keep up the good job!
Magdalena Sobol successfully defends her PhD proposal “ Impacts of late Quaternary climate changes at the savanna-Kalahari boundary, South Africa” and becomes a PhD candidate!
Our PhD student, Magdalena Sobol, will be spending part of her summer in South Africa collecting samples for her PhD research on Pleistocene/Holocene vegetation changes in this arid region. Magdalena will visit the University of the Free State (Bloemfontein) to work alongside Dr Louis Scott, the leading authority in South African palynology and paleoecology. In… Read More FIELD WORK AND CONFERENCES IN SOUTH AFRICA
Our PhD student, Magdalena Sobol, has recently been granted a 2014 Geological Society of America research grant. Magdalena will be travelling to the University of the Free State, South Africa, this summer to study regional pollen for her PhD project. Congratulations and best of luck to Magdalena!