… 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!
Parts of Cody’s M.Sc. research has just been featured under the “Discover soils” section of the Soil Science Society of America website. Have a look:
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.
Members of our research group attended the joint Canadian Geophysical Union (CGU) and Canadian Meteorologic and Oceanographic Society (CMOS) annual scientific meeting held in Frederiction, NB, May 29 – June 2, 2016. We had the pleasure of starting off the week by attending the Young Hydrologists Workshop where young and experienced researchers, including our own Genevieve Ali, offered insights on challenges and opportunities for research in Canadian Hydrology and how young scientists might address these opportunities to maximize the impact of their careers. Over the course of the week we attended as many sessions as possible, which included sessions with poster presentations by Sam Bansah, Aminul Haque, Maliheh Rabie, Cody Ross, and myself (Janelle Laing). Genevieve Ali also delivered an engaging (invited) lecture titled “Linking phosphorous export dynamics to landscape heterogeneity and climatic variability: can c-Q relations help?”.
During the final day of the conference, while attending the banquet dinner we were informed that Aminul received the CMOS best poster award! Congratulations Aminul!
Members of our group at the 2016 CGU-CMOS joint meeting (left to right: Janelle Laing, Artin Rabie, Maliheh Rabie, Aminul Haque, Cody Ross, Samuel Bansah – May 31, 2016 – Fredericton, NB)
Follow the link below for more information on the 2016 joint congress of CMOS and CGU