Sincerest congratulations to PhD student, Jamie Snook, on this prestigious and well-deserved honour!
Congratulations to Nia King for winning the top undergraduate convocation awards at the University of Guelph:
- Winegard Medal: “The Winegard Medal is the University of Guelph’s top convocation award to an undergraduate student. Named for former University of Guelph president Dr. William Winegard, the medal is awarded in recognition of both academic achievement and contributions to university and community life.”
- Governor General Medal: “Lord Dufferin, Canada’s third Governor General after Confederation, created these Academic Medals in 1873 to encourage academic excellence across the nation. Over the years, they have become the most prestigious award that students in Canadian schools can receive.”
Congratulations to Sarah MacVicar for her new publication! Sarah’s paper examines associations between in utero meteorological exposures and foetal growth among Indigenous and non-Indigenous mothers in rural Uganda.
Laura Jane is a PhD Candidate in Epidemiology and International Development Studies at the University of Guelph. She is working with Northern partners to explore the role of place in Inuit maternal health and wellness. Her advisory committee includes Drs. Harper, Dewey, Cunsolo, Healey, and Humphries.
Congratulations to Stephanie Masina (MSc Candidate) for winning second place in the poster competition at the Centre for Public Health and Zoonoses Annual Symposium.
Click here to read the OVC Bulletin Story on the Symposium and Stephanie’s poster prize.