Sarah Kavassalis is a recipient of an AGU Student Travel Grant to support her attendance of the 2014 Fall Meeting. Sarah will be presenting her analysis of the role of vapour pressure deficits on the variability of surface ozone levels across North America.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Congratulations Sarah!
Nadine received a “Nitrogen Gold Award” for her presentation at the “Chemistry of Atmospheric Nitrogen-Containing Compounds” symposium at the 248th ACS National Meeting in San Francisco, CA. In the week leading up to the conference, Nadine attended the SciFinder Future Leaders in Chemistry meeting in Columbus, OH.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Congratulations Nadine!
Greg is a recipient of an NSERC PGS-D scholarship to support the remainder of his doctoral studies!Continue Reading... Comments Off on Congratulations Greg!
As part of the Netcare project, Greg and Jen will be making measurements from the CCGS Amundsen as it explores the Arctic Ocean. Updates on our work and that of our collaborators can be found here: http://www.netcare-project.ca/amundsen-and-polar6-blog-1/Continue Reading... Comments Off on Greg and Jen head north
Stephanie Pugliese was awarded the Graduate Student Presentation award at the 2014 Urban Environmental Pollution conference in Toronto for her presentation on ozone trends in the GTA.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Congratulations Stephanie!
Nadine Borduas was awarded the Best Graduate Student Oral presentation award in the Chemistry of the Sea and Sky symposium at the 2014 Canadian Society of Chemistry Conference in Vancouver.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Congratulations Nadine!
The Murphy group welcome two summer student for 2014. Erin Evoy is supported through a Centre for Global Change Science undergraduate award and will be studying the partitioning and reactivity of isocyanic acid. Sarah Kavassalis is supported through the NSERC CREATE program IACPES and will be studying trends in urban oxidation chemistry using EPA datasets.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Welcome Erin and Sarah
Alex was awarded a Department of Chemistry Special Opportunity Travel Grant Fellowship that supports her participation in the Front Range Air Pollution and Photochemistry Experiment in Colorado during the summer of 2014. Stephanie was awarded a Centre for Global Change Science Graduate Student Research Award to support an exchange to France to learn more about […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Congratulations Stephanie and Alex!
Greg won the highly competitive ‘Best Speaker’ award in our departmental 2014 Environmental Chemistry Colloquium for his presentation on the influence of lake breezes on air quality in the GTA.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Congratulations Greg!
In preparation for this summer’s research in the Arctic, Greg and Jen learned how to get out of a helicopter the hard way (upside down underwater).Continue Reading... Comments Off on Jen and Greg survive survival training