The life of a graduate student is consistently humming with research, funding applications, social obligations, extra-curricular activities, etcetera, etcetera. As we finalize the details of PALS 2017, check out the things WEL students have been doing along the way ...
Danny Hughes (M.Sc. Candidate, Earth Sciences) has been entered into this years NSERC's Science! Action! competition. This national competition requires students to submit a 60-second video featuring their NSERC funded research project or initiative. In order for Danny to move forward in this competition and become eligible for one of three cash prizes, he needs to have his video viewed as many times as possible! If you have a spare moment, please visit the following link and view his 60-second video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwBauVgOM5U
Cait Garner (M.S. Candidate, Sustainability Science) will be presenting at this years CABIN Science Forum hosted by Environment Canada (March 1st). The forum features research by individuals from the public sector, private sector, and academia whom use CABIN protocols in their studies. For more information about the forum visit the following link: www.ec.gc.ca/rcba-cabin/default.asp?lang=en&n=5647F743-1
Zach Harmer (M.S. Candidate, Sustainability Science) has been working with individuals from Yukon College to determine how isotopic signatures of water change across upper Yukon watersheds. His findings have been cited in a report published by Yukon Energy Corporation.
Keep an eye out for more updates.
The WEL Team