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Congratulations to the winners of the CSSS 2021 Student presentation awards:
The C.F. Bentley Award was established to encourage and recognize excellence in oral presentations by students at the CSSS Annual Meetings. The 2021 winners of the award are: Paula Poto (University of British Columbia), 1st Place; David Bysouth (University of Guelph), 2nd Place; Lauren Weller (University of Windsor), 3rd Place (tie); and Julianna Vantellingen (University oif Toronto), 3rd Place (tie). Honourable Mention was awarded to Louise Sennett (Dalhousie University), Raelani Kelser (University of British Columbia), and Jessica Nicksy (University of Manitoba).
The President's Award was established to foster excellence in student poster presentations as a means of disseminating research results at the CSSS Annual Meetings. The 2021 winners of the award are: Karolane Bourdan (Université Laval), 1st Place; Waqar Ashiq (University of Guelph), 2nd Place; and Victoria Nimmo (University of Toronto), 3rd Place. Honourable Mention was awarded to Nastaran Chalabianlou (University of Guelph), Iva Henry (University of Saskatchewan), and Qianyi Wu (University of Saskatchewan).Join us next year as the University of Alberta hosts the 2022 CSSS Annual Meeting in Edmonton, AB.
La société canadienne de science du sol (CSSS) est une organisation non gouvernementale et à but non lucratif représentant les scientifiques, ingénieurs, technologues, administrateurs et étudiants impliqués de manière professionnelle dans la science du sol.
The Canadian Society of Soil Science (CSSS) is a non-governmental, non-profit organization for scientists, engineers, technologists, administrators and students involved in professional soil science.
Canadian Society of Soil Science Anti-racism Statement
CSSS commits to forming an anti-racism task group by the end of 2020 to develop a strategy to understand and address systemic racism and other forms of discrimination within our organization. This strategy will include actionable items and resources for integrating anti-racist and anti-oppressive policies and practices into our society operations.
This statement, the committee, and the future anti-racism strategy will be used as a launching point and as a means of holding ourselves accountable to change. We are committed to the ongoing process of unlearning racism and other forms of discrimination and using our actions to counter the systemic racism that exists in Canada and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields. If you wish to participate or offer feedback to the anti-racism task group please contact Nathan Basiliko