News & Events
Biology Seminar Series
The long-running Biology Seminar Series continues this year, taking place on Wednesdays on Zoom and as a YouTube livestream at 12pm.
Please contact email@example.com for the YouTube link and/or the Zoom link by 11am on the date of the seminar if you would like to attend via Zoom (this action to reduce Zoom-bombing).
Biology Department Awards 2020/21
Biology, Biomedical, Biochemistry and Conservation students recently received scholarships and prizes.
The Roy Edwards Scholarship for the study of Terrestrial or Aquatic Ecology went to Elizabeth Rohde and Rachel Gilham.
The Department of Biology Scholarship was awarded to Victoria Reimer.
The Jean McKerracher Scholarship for students intending to pursue a career in health services were awarded to Mariah Hartjes, Moriah Mitchell, and Serena Hope.
The Charles Omole Scholarship for high academic achievement and intention to pursue a medical career was awarded to Emma McGinnis and Shanna Lowes.
The Powles Prize was awarded to Emily Yeung for high academic achievement and study in the field of fish biology.
The Goodhead Prize for studies in environmental degradation was awarded to Shane Widanagama.
The Conservation prize for high academic achievement and interest in conservation issues was awarded to Sabrina Dopking.
The Biomedical prize was awarded to Alexander Darmonkow.
The Botany Prize was awarded to Ryan Hill.
The Biology Department Book Prizes for high academic achievement were awarded to Myranda Hawthorne, Jessica Boltan, Jack Campbell, Olivia Maillet, Kathleen Wilson, Spencer Kielar, Michaela Shaughnessy, Rhianne Crowther, Braidy Chambers, and Daniel Wawrzyczek.
On behalf of the entire Biology Department, we congratulate all of the award winners and thank them for their hard work. We wish them all the best in the future.
Conservation Cafés are community events that typically take place on the 2nd Tuesday of each month upstairs at The Publican House at 7:30pm
Due to Covid-19, the Conservation Cafés are temporarily suspended. Watch this space for updates!
Admission is free, and ALL are welcome!
Biology congratulates Dr. Erica Nol
Renowned Trent Ecologist to be Honoured with 2019 Distinguished Research Award.
Dr. Erica Nol – an internationally recognized expert in the conservation of endangered and threatened birds whose research has been widely published in the highest-profile journals of her field – is this year’s recipient of Trent University’s prestigious Distinguished Research Award. Read more at Trent News
Biology Undergraduate Society (BUGS)
BUGS exists to provide biology students with an opportunity to meet and interact with other biology students, and to promote the awareness of the biological sciences. They also have excellent free tutoring services!
Check out the Trent Biology Undergraduate Society Facebook page, and add them to your Blackboard homepage to stay up to date on events!