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Dr. Tracy Friedel

“I am a descendant of the Nehiyaw-speaking Lac Ste. Anne Métis of west central Alberta and completed my undergraduate degree in Commerce, and Masters and PhD degrees in Educational Policy Studies (focus on Indigenous education) all at the University of Alberta. Following eight years as a faculty member in the University of British Columbia’s Department…

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Dr. Greg Jensen

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Dr. Matthew Morris wins best thesis award in Biological Sciences at the University of Calgary

Dr. Matthew Morris, Dr. Sean Rogers’ recent PhD graduate, has won an award for best thesis in Biological Sciences at the University of Calgary. Congratulations Matthew!

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Dr. Mike Orr

Animal Structure & Function, Fall 2011

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Lindsay Davidson

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Allan Roberts

Allan Roberts has instructed courses on data analysis at the Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre, and at the University of Victoria; these courses have integrated the subjects of statistics, data visualization, programming, and data management, using the software application R. He has worked on data analysis contracts related to marine birds, whales, and bats. He has…

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Dr. Adam Chippendale

I hail from Queen’s University and the freshwater port of Kingston, Ontario, but have a long association with Bamfield and the west coast that dates back to my undergraduate days at the University of Alberta. I became fascinated with life cycles, genetics, developmental and reproductive biology, interests cemented by working as a summer tech with…

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Dr. Paul Spence

Paul grew up listening to frogs near a small pond in central Canada, and didn’t see the ocean until his 13th year. His early love for the ocean was fostered by watching Jacques Cousteau on television. Paul attended the University of Victoria for 16 years as an undergraduate and graduate student in the Physics and…

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Dr. Tim Higham

“I am an Associate Professor at the University of California, Riverside, and I’m interested in the ecological and evolutionary biomechanics of locomotion and feeding in marine and freshwater fishes, snakes, and lizards. This necessarily integrates field and laboratory research, with the ultimate goal of understanding how animals function in relation to natural variation in ecology.…

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Fiona Hamersley Chambers

Fiona Hamersley Chambers is an ethnobotanist whose research focuses on traditional foods and how northwest coast First Peoples managed and co-evolved with their plant resources. Her PhD work on B.C.’s Central Coast, working collaboratively with the Heiltsuk First Nation and supervised by renowned ethnobotanist Dr. Nancy J Turner, investigates how

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