… for being the recipient of the Masters Thesis Prize of the University of Manitoba, Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth and Resources. Good job!
Cody Ross, who started a Ph.D. in January 2017 on the topic of hydrologic thresholds, was just awarded a graduate entrance scholarship by the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth and Resources at the University of Manitoba. Congratulations!
Congratulations to (now long-time) group member and M.Sc. candidate Cody (Ross) for being awarded the Rita Wadien Memorial Scholarship in recognition of his excellent academic performance. Well done.
At the conclusion of the 50th CMOS Congress & joint CGU Annual Meeting (May 29-June 2, 2016, Fredericton, NB, Canada), Aminul Haque was awarded the CMOS best poster award for his work entitled “Water storage dynamics in geographically isolated wetlands in the Prairie Pothole Region”. This follows the Campbell Scientific Best Poster Award that Aminul won last year for another part of his PhD research. Warm congratulations!
We are happy to announce that Aminul (Haque) is this year’s recipient of the Campbell Scientific Best Student Poster Award! This award was given in recognition of the excellent three-page extended abstract as well as the poster that Aminul presented at the 2015 AGU Joint Assembly in Montreal. Congratulations!
Congratulations to Adrienne (Schmall) for being awarded a NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award (USRA) for the second year in a row. Adrienne will resume working with our group this summer, mainly on the topic of wetland hydrologic connectivity and the use of different tracers to track water and solute movement and pothole-dominated landscapes.
Aminul (Haque) and Sam (Bansah), who started their respective PhDs in January 2014, were just awarded Graduate Entrance Scholarships from the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources. Aminul is working on wetland hydrology and biogeochemistry in Broughton’s Creek Watershed while Sam is focusing on isotope hydrology in the South Tobacco Creek Watershed. Congratulations Aminul and Sam!