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==Grants/Awards==
 
==Grants/Awards==
*Wilson Ornithological Society Paul A. Steward Award                   2008<br>
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'''2008'''<br>
*American Museum of Natural History Frank M. Chapman Award                 2008<br>
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*Wilson Ornithological Society Paul A. Steward Award<br>                  
*Quebec-Labrador Foundation Sounds Conservancy Grant           2008<br>
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*American Museum of Natural History Frank M. Chapman Award<br>                
*University of Connecticut Center for Conservation and Biodiversity Award 2008<br>
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*Quebec-Labrador Foundation Sounds Conservancy Grant<br>          
*Manter Fund/CT State Museum of Nat. History University of Connecticut  2008<br>
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*University of Connecticut Center for Conservation and Biodiversity Award <br>
*Garden Club of America Francis M. Peacock Scholarship   2007<br>
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*Manter Fund/CT State Museum of Nat. History University of Connecticut<br>  
*Cooper Ornithological Society Mewaldt-King Student Research Award 2007<br>
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'''2007'''<br>
*Animal Behavior Society Student Research Award 2007<br>
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*Garden Club of America Francis M. Peacock Scholarship<br>  
*Manter Fund, University of Connecticut 2006<br>
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*Cooper Ornithological Society Mewaldt-King Student Research Award<br>
*George Clark Jr. Endowment, University of Connecticut 2006<br>
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*Animal Behavior Society Student Research Award<br>
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'''2006'''<br>
 
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*Manter Fund, University of Connecticut<br>
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*George Clark Jr. Endowment, University of Connecticut<br>
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==Presentations==
 
==Presentations==
 
(*indicates presenting author)<br>  
 
(*indicates presenting author)<br>  

Revision as of 17:21, 30 January 2009

Trina saltmarsh.jpg

Ph.D. Candidate
University of Connecticut
Department of Ecology and Evolution

Office: BioPharm 310

Voice: (860) 486-3005
Fax: (860) 486-6364
E-mail: trina.schneider@uconn.edu

Mailing address:

75 N. Eagleville Road, Unit 3043
Storrs, CT 06269-3043, U.S.A.


Contents

Research Interests

Education

Ph.D. 2005–Present
University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
Primary Advisor: Dr. Chris S. Elphick

B.A. 1996–2000
Lewis & Clark College, OR

Teaching and Research Experience

  • Spring 2009: Teaching Assistant, EEB 2208: Introduction to Conservation Biology
  • Fall 2008: Teaching Assistant, BIOL 1102: Foundations of Biology Laboratory
  • 2005-2008: Research Assistant, Elphick lab, University of Connecticut

Grants/Awards

2008

  • Wilson Ornithological Society Paul A. Steward Award
  • American Museum of Natural History Frank M. Chapman Award
  • Quebec-Labrador Foundation Sounds Conservancy Grant
  • University of Connecticut Center for Conservation and Biodiversity Award
  • Manter Fund/CT State Museum of Nat. History University of Connecticut

2007

  • Garden Club of America Francis M. Peacock Scholarship
  • Cooper Ornithological Society Mewaldt-King Student Research Award
  • Animal Behavior Society Student Research Award

2006

  • Manter Fund, University of Connecticut
  • George Clark Jr. Endowment, University of Connecticut

Presentations

(*indicates presenting author)

Bayard, T.* and C. Elphick. 2007. Pausing to reflect: an examination of how we study
avian area sensitivity. Wilson Ornithological Society 87th Annual Meeting. Boston, MA.

Schneider, T*. 2006. How do animals select and use their habitats? 16th Annual Graduate
Student Symposium, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Department, University of Connecticut,
Storrs, CT.





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