Congratulations to the latest winners of the Training Awards! 

 

 

Patrick Duke, an MSc candidate at University of Calgary, will receive funding to attend the International SOLAS Summer School in Corsica. This experience will help Patrick build knowledge in the field of air-ice-ocean system science and allow him to network with other early-career scientists. Patrick is an HQP on the MEOPAR project, “Canadian Ocean Acidification Research Partnership (COARP).” 

Hansen Johnson, a PhD candidate at Dalhousie University, will receive funding to attend the 8th International Workshop on Detection, Classification, Localization and Density Estimation of Marine Mammals using Passive Acoustics in Paris. The DCLDE workshop brings together experts from around the world to assess, teach, and advance the state of marine mammal bioacoustics. Hansen is an HQP on the MEOPAR project, “WHaLE: Whales, Habitat and Listening Environment.”

The next call deadline for the Training Awards is coming up, and all HQP are encouraged to apply. The application form is available on MEOPAR’s website