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Graduate Assistant (GA) Positions Available for Fall 2014  September 1 – December 31, 2014

In accordance with Article 12:01 of the CUPE 4580 Collective Agreement, the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences invites applications for the following GA Positions. There will be 11 GA positions at 140 hours each and the duties will be comprised of any combination of the jobs listed. Click here for more details.
 

 

Congratulations to our graduates today - and good luck as they move into a new phase in their lives!

BSc (Environmental Science) Matthew Fallaise, Adel Ghacham, Jaskarn Gill, Brittany Jennings, Joseph Lafontaine, Jenna Laramie, Andrea Lesperance, Shelby Toews, and Lauren Yee.

BSc (Geology) Namir Al-Aasm, Marija Lelas and Derek Saliba

MSc (Earth Sciences) Janet Hart, Sabari Prakasan Mullapulli Raveendran

PhD (Earth Sciences) Golpira Elmi Assadzadeh, Yonggang Feng
 


Ali Polat in the field

 

 

Congratulations to Dr Ali Polat - this year's winner of the W.W. Hutchinson Medal.

 

The W.W. Hutchison Medal is named after Dr. William W. Hutchison in recognition of his many contributions to the Geological Association of Canada and to Canadian and international geoscience. The medal is awarded to a young individual for recent exceptional advances in Canadian earth science research.

 

 

 


Congratulations to Yonggang Feng for successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis entitled "Hydrothermal Geochemistry and Mineralizing Process in the T Zone, Thor Lake Rare-element Deposit, Northwest Territories" on Friday, May 9, 2014. Supervisor Iain Samson


 

Earth and environmental scientists study the physical, chemical, and biological processes that shape our planet, and the impact of society on the environment.   Our undergraduate Environmental Science BSc is comprehensive, providing a broad background in all aspects of environmental science, and flexibility in upper years to allow students to prepare for a wide range of careers. We offer M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Earth Science, which are supported by a wide variety of high-quality research facilities. Located at the heart of the Great Lakes region, Windsor is at the centre of one of the most environmentally important regions in North America, where teaching and research in water and air quality, ecosystem health, and resource management is making a difference.