SES Graduate student combines storytelling, science in debut dystopian novel

Disaster strikes. A swarm of giant wasps are devouring everything around them, causing worldwide dystopia. But there is one hope: a tiny island off of Lake Ontario may have avoided the chaos. It’s up to Jack to get to the island, break into the hive where the wasps are hibernating, and free the human hostages inside.

2018 Summer URA position in SES

2018 Summer Undergraduate Research Assistantship (URA) positions

URA Jobs - School of Environmental Sciences

You must have an email approval from SFS to participate in the URA program. Please review the application process.

SES Welcomes Scott Krayenhoff - New Atmospheric Science Prof

The School of Environmental Sciences (SES) is pleased to welcome Dr. Scott Krayenhoff as an assistant professor in the area of atmospheric science. Krayenhoff began in his role on January 8, 2018."Scott’s expertise in regional climate and urban meteorology is an excellent complement to our existing strengths,” says Prof. Jon Warland, director of the School of Environmental Sciences.

Congratulations to our SES Graduate Students Matt Mazzatti and Kevin Scaife

SES students won prizes for their presentations at OPMC last week.

1st place Grad Student Oral Presentation - Crop Life Canada Award ($500) Matt Muzzatti (Dr. Rebecca Hallett - Supervisor)

The development of phermone-based action thresholds for management of swede midge in canola.

1st place Undergrad Poster Presentation - Dr. Ron Harris Award ($250) Kevin Scaife (Drs. Cynthia Scott-Dupree and Andrew Frewin (PDF) - Supervisors)

Brown marmorated stink bug distribution and phenology in Ontario.


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