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Future Students

Public Meeting showcases results of Beach Water Quality research

A public meeting about the findings of the Beach Water Quality research was held at the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research on April 5.


GLIER Graduate Student Nicholas Falk makes Team Canada for the World Cross Country Championships

GLIER Graduate student Nicholas Falk makes Team Canada in Cross Country for 2017


GLIER Researchers collaborate with Bishop Water Technologies to tackle wastewater treatment issues.

GLIER Researchers collaborate with Bishop Water Technologies to tackle the problem of wastewater treatment


DNA sequencing for water monitoring gets half million in NSERC support

DNA sequencing for water monitoring gets half million in NSERC support


Seeing red: student draws attention to difference in salmon coloration

Sarah Lehnert, GLIER PhD Candidate has work featured in "Fisheries" magazine


Alice Grgicak-Mannion & Courtney Spencer of GLIER, Geospatial lab develop neighbourhood needs maps in the Windsor-Essex region.

Alice Grgicak-Mannion & Courtney Spencer of GLIER, Geospatial lab developed neighbourhood needs maps in the Windsor-Essex region.


Announcement of GLIER Graduate Students Awarded Scholarships

The winners of the Alex S. Davidson Stewardship Award, the GLIER Research Award, and the WFCU Environmental Science Scholarship


2016 Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Symposium

A two day event that will showcase GLIER Graduate Students in the field of environmental health focusing on aquatic systems such as the Great Lakes.


Breaking News: HEALTHY GREAT LAKES!!! Canada First Research Excellence Fund Update.

GLIER in collaboration with Canadian partners has passed the letter of intent stage for the Canada First Research Excellence Fund (CFREF).


GLIER Graduate Student Multidisciplinary Colloqium

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  • Thu, 04/03/2014 - 9:00am - Fri, 04/04/2014 - 5:30pm
Room 250 Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research
GLIER/ERASMUS Graduate Student Colloquium. Talks will be presented in all areas of Environmental Science.