Holohil Prize Awarded
Queen’s University student Ann McKellar was recently awarded the Holohil Prize for an Outstanding Presentation in the Ecology and Evolution of Wildlife from the Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution.
McKellar received the award for her presentation, "Form, function and consequences of density-dependence in a migratory bird", at the Joint Congress on Evolutionary Biology that took place in Ottawa this July.
She is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Biology and co-advised by Pete Marra of the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center.
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