Remili recognized as Pricipal's Prize runner-up


Published: 10May2022

Whether it was by creating access to self-care, working to eliminate stigma in women’s health, or providing thoughtful commentary on topics ranging from the spread of COVID-19 to how the government spends its money, McGill researchers have once again gone above and beyond to share their knowledge and be of service to society this academic year.

This year's Prize for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows was awarded to Stephanie Zito, a PhD candidate in the Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology who, building from her own experiences of anxiety during the pandemic, created the self-care spotlight to share evidence-based information, mainly through social media, about healthy coping mechanisms with students and schools.

Among the runners-up was Anais Remili, a postdoctoral candidate in the Department of Natural Resource Sciences who launched a science communication platform, Whale Scientists, to give early-career marine mammalogists a voice and allow them to share their knowledge with an international audience.

Read the full article in the McGill Reporter

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