With a bachelor’s degree in physical geography from the University of Winnipeg, Petzold had a chance to study different aspects of Earth science. Her interest in hydrology, however, was unavoidable.
We have all been there, at the gym trying to accomplish something.
Automation allows humans to delegate tedious tasks to machinery. Tedium can, however, distract the human operator, causing disaster.
U of M Natural Resource Institute master’s candidate Bridgette Antze has birds on the brain – savannah sparrows (Passerculus sandwichensis) in particular.
Gail Cormier is not a regular graduate student.
United Kingdom import Mary-Anne Collis is keen on bats. “When I heard about white nose syndrome I was extremely interested and wanted to be part…
Jill Bueddefeld is a graduate student in the faculty of kinesiology and recreation management.
Stephanie Yamniuk’s excitement about education and interest in the well being of others is evident when discussing her PhD research, her goals, and some of the challenges facing refugee education at home here in Manitoba and throughout Canada.
“As far as my research interests go, I am currently in love with both and for now I am happy working on both.”
As a student one could argue that working towards a PhD would lead to a busy enough schedule. Add to that training to become an Olympic athlete and then you will have more of a sense of what it’s like to be Leila Mostaço-Guidolin.