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Posted June 4, 2015- Dr. Ryan Danby has a late emerging opportunity for a master's student to start September 2015. It's a very targeted/prescribed project to do some work in partnership with the Ministry of Transportation. Details are contained in the document attached to this link. The required part of this (the systematic review) could be done as a project within a course-based MES.
John Smol is honoured by the Canadian Geographic Society as a Great Canadian Explorer http://www.queensu.ca/gazette/stories/queen-s-researcher-named-great-canadian-explorer?utm_source=e-queens-gazette_staff
Environmental Studies Professor, Myra Hird, named as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada http://www.queensu.ca/gazette/stories/nine-professors-named-royal-society-fellows?utm_source=e-queens More details
Peter Hodson is the winner of the 2014 Award for Excellence in Graduate Supervision Congratulations Peter!
MES graduate Zoey Walden in The Great Energy Challenge at National Geographic http://energyblog.nationalgeographic.com/2014/07/08/why-canada-needs-to-unlock-the-unknowns-of-its-icy-methane-reserves/