Where Are They Now?

Back in 2005, Sarah Trefry was an award-winning undergrad at the University of Alberta. Much has changed since. The award was the Ian Ross Memorial scholarship from the ACTWS. Soon, she completed her BSc, her MSc (vocalization in collared pikas) at U Alberta, and her PhD studying magnificent frigatebirds at UNB. Pretty big changes. Sarah, […]

Where Are They Now?

Nadine Raynolds has been at the forefront of wildlife conservation and education for her entire adult life. The recipient of the Ian Ross Memorial scholarship in 2000, Nadine completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Calgary to earn an MSc in Environmental Education and Communication from Royal Roads University, But Nadine is most proud […]

Where Are They Now?

In 1995, the first recipient of the ACTWS Undergraduate Award, now known as the Ian Ross Memorial Scholarship, was a bright, young undergrad named Philip McLoughlin from the University of Alberta. Young Phil is now Dr. Philip McLoughlin, (pictured here with his lab), a professor in the Biology Department at the University of Saskatchewan. His […]

Have I Got a Story for You!

Are you a researcher who also wants to write about science for the public? We’ve invited science journalist Niki Wilson to cover ACTWS/CSTWS19 this year, and she’s offered to share her experience with a few lucky conference goers. If you’ve got a story pitch that you think would play well in popular media, write it […]