uOttawa doctorial candidate Seungmin Leo Lee says one of the things he likes best about the university’s graduate science programs is the opportunity to develop as a diversified scientist with interdisciplinary skills.
Lee wasn’t always this hooked on the science of rocks. He was charting an academic path in biochemistry until an undergraduate geology elective changed his outlook. Today, he is happily pursuing his research under the supervision of Dr. Keiko Hattori, a professor of geochemistry and mineral deposits in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences. Read the full article.
Pascal Audet has have been elected to the College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists, as part of its fifth cohort. The college, created by the RSC, aims to recognize emerging research leaders at the outset of their careers. Read the full article.
Jeremy Powell was awarded the 2018 Jack Henderson Prize for Best PhD Thesis given by the Geological Association of Canada. His thesis was entitled: "Burial and Exhumation History of the Mackenzie Mountains and Plain, NWT, Through Integration of Low-Temperature Thermochronometers." Jeremy is currently a post-doc at the Geological Survey of Canada in Ottawa.