Dr. Dominique Weis gave a series of invited public lectures at the prestigious Collège de France in Paris over the past several days. She discussed isotope geochemistry in a wide variety research applications, from volcanic mantle plumes, to the cleanliness of urban areas, to Indigenous archaeology. Dr. Weis was also presented with a medal from the Collège.
Kate successfully defended her dissertation, entitled “Establishing Efficacy of Honey as a Biomonitor for Metal Distribution and Lead Source Apportionment in Urban Environments,” supervised by Dominique Weis.
Congratulations on an excellent defence, Dr. Smith!
Masters student Summer Caton (supervisor: M. Smit) and PhD candidate Nichole Moerhuis (supervisors: J. Scoates, D. Weis) are two of 16 recipients of the Killam Graduate Teaching Assistant Award winners for 2020 / 2021.