The Ontario Ecology, Ethology, and Evolution Colloquium has been meeting annually for over 50 years to share the province’s newest and most exciting research!
OE3C is student-run and student-focused, aiming to give young researchers the opportunity to practice their communication skills, gain feedback on their work, and network with local experts and peers. Each year, we also host a number of plenary speakers who present their cutting edge research. For the 51st Annual OE3C this year, we had four plenary talks from Drs. Martha Muñoz, Jesse Popp, Liana Zanette, and Jake Veasey on topics ranging from two-eyed seeing in ecological research to evolutionary pattern recognition. You can still watch some of the student talks on our YouTube channel!