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News from the Mennill Lab

2014 Ornithology Class Field Trip: On Saturday September 20, I took 69 undergraduate students to Point Pelee National Park and the Holiday Beach Migration Observatory to study birds. You can find photos of our adventure at my Photos page.

Dave recruited to Memorial: The Mennill Lab sends a very hearty congratulations to Dave Wilson who will begin a tenure-track animal behaviour position in the Psychology Department at Memorial University of Newfoundland. We are going to miss Dave; he has been a vital part of the Menilll Lab for the past five years. Congratulations Dave!

Roberto awarded research chair: Roberto Sosa, who defended his PhD in January, recently received a ten-year research chair from the Government of Mexico to study biodiversity at CIIDIR (Centro Interdisciplinario de Investigación para el Desarrollo Integral Regional Unidad Oaxaca) in Oaxaca City.  Congratulations Roberto!

2014 Field Season Photos: This spring the Mennill Lab conducted field research in Costa Rica, Mexico, two locations in Ontario, and New Brunswick. You can see photos of the 2014 research teams in action at my Photos page.

Cracking the top ten: A paper by Roberto Sosa, myself, and Adolfo Navarro was one of the ten most downloaded articles at the Journal of Avian Biology from 2013.  Read about it here.

PhD Student Opportunity: I am searching for a Canadian graduate student to study acoustic communication and cultural evolution in Savannah Sparrows, under the co-supervision of myself and Ryan Norris (University of Guelph). See my Grad Student Opportunities webpage for details.

Research Chair: Beginning in 2014, I am honoured to take up a two-year research chair funded by the University of Windsor called the Faculty of Science Research Excellence Award in Environment and Ecosystems. This will allow my research team to conduct new investigations of migratory songbirds in Canada.

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Daniel Mennill
Associate Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Windsor
401 Sunset Avenue
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
N9B3P4
 
E-mail: dmennillATuwindsorDOTca
Web: www.uwindsor.ca/dmennill
Office: 519-253-3000 ext 4726
Lab: 519-253-3000 ext 4725
Fax: 519-971-3609
 

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This website was created August 1999.  Last updated September 2014.  All content copyright Daniel Joshua Mennill.