Trent University Announces Dr. Paul Frost as the Inaugural David Schindler Professor in Aquatic Science
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Announces Dr. Paul Frost
as the Inaugural David Schindler Professor in Aquatic Science
Trent University is pleased to welcome Dr. Paul Frost as the inaugural holder of the David Schindler Endowed Professorship in Aquatic Science.
As the holder of this professorship, Professor Frost will teach and conduct research on the ecology of lakes and streams as a member of Trent's Biology Department.
"I am extremely honoured at being named the first David Schindler Professor and very excited about the opportunity to use this position to continue working in a field so profoundly influenced by Dr. Schindler through his accumulated research," said Prof. Frost
about the endowed professorship.
has previously studied a diverse range of topics in aquatic science from zooplankton in Lake Erie to light penetration in forested streams.
doctoral research examined lake food webs at the Experimental Lakes Area in north-western Ontario.
Upon completion of his Ph.D. at Arizona State University in 2001, he conducted postdoctoral research at the University of Notre Dame on nutrients in stream ecosystems.
Prof. Frost earned his Bachelor of Science in biological sciences from the University of Rochester and a M.S. at The Ohio State University.
A public panel discussion led by Prof. Frost
is being planned for March 2, 2011 at Bagnani Hall, Traill College
For more information, please contact: Dr. Paul Frost, David Schindler Professor in Aquatic Science, 705 748 1011 ext. 7903, E-mail: email@example.com