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Prospective graduate students
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13 September 2020 - Welcome to Maisy Roach-Krajewski and Hannah Keefe, new MSc students, and Darby Hooper and Ben Lalonde, new Honours students.
9 July 2020- After months of social distancing, the field team is happy to be out in the field again.
14 February 2020- Congrats to Sarah on passing her PhD qualifying exam!
18 December 2019- Congrats to Phil on successfully defending his MSc thesis!
October 2019- Welcome Sam B to the lab! She is a candidate in the MSc in Environmental Sustainability program.
1 September 2019- Welcome to Felipe Dargent, Megan Reich, and Emma Brown who are joining the lab.
1 February 2019- HK had a fantastic time at the Trinational Monarch Science Meeting in Mexico City. Such great science and conservation work being done on this iconic species!
7 January 2019- Welcome to our newest member Sarah Dolson who is starting her PhD in the lab.
22 October 2018- Congratulations to Steph who won Best Poster at the Entomological Society of Ontario's recent AGM!
10 September 2018- Our lab has grown again. Welcome to Sharla, Sydney and Samantha!
10 August 2018- The research efforts of collaborators at Agriculture Canada (Tyler Smith, Rob Bourchier) and Carleton University (Naomi Cappuccino), as well as a new MSc student in the lab, Sharla Foster, were featured on the local afternoon radio show on CBC. The team is studying a new biocontrol agent on a rapidly expanding exotic plant species, the dog-strangling vine. Listen here or read here.
16 April 2018- Excited that our paper showing widespread shifts in phenological synchrony is finally out in PNAS!
26 March 2018- Congratulations to Steph for passing her PhD comprehensive exam!! Well done!
1 Sept 2017- Philippe Tremblay, a new MSc student, and Alexa Ouellette, an Honours student have joined the lab. Welcome Philippe and Alexa!
29 May 2017- We are looking for Prickly ash (Zanthoxylum americanum) north of the Ottawa River. It is a native shrub, often found in clusters in fields or on the edge of deciduous forest. We are hoping to learn more about its northern range limit. Please contact Heather Kharouba (email@example.com) if you've seen it. Thanks!