Graduate Student Renee Garant Places 2nd at OE3C 2021

Posted on Monday, May 17th, 2021

Congratulations to MSc and CCSAW student Renee Garant who placed 2nd out of 48 research talks at the 2021 Ontario Ecology, Ethology, and Evolution Colloquium (OE3C). 

Renee's presentation "The role of flight feathers on the ability of egg-laying hens to access elevated resources in multi-tiered housing systems" can be viewed here:

Renée Garant | Campbell Centre for the Study of Animal Welfare

Congratulations Renee on a job well done!

OE3C is a student-run, student-focused conference celebrating the very best ecological, ethological, and evolutionary research being done in Ontario and surrounding areas. The University of Guelph virtually hosted the 51st Annual OE3C on May 13 & 14, 2021.

Check out the YouTube channel
to watch (or re-watch!) some of the student talks.

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