ArunDayanandanArun Dayanandan is a biology graduate student at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The son of two biologists, his passion for science began in the womb. After an inspiring conservation-focused trip to the Galapagos Islands, followed by a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to study biology in Australia, he continues to study the biological world in all its forms. When he’s not actively researching or communicating science, Arun can be found writing music and training for his first powerlifting competition.

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Recent Mentions:

Member Spotlight, Society for Conservation Biology North America Newsletter, Jan 19, 2018 (Link)

STEM SIGHTS: This Concordia grad student scares fish. In order to save them…, Concordia University News, Aug 29, 2017 (LinkCopy)

Ambition, advice, and regrets: Wisdom from student speakers, Maclean’s Magazine, Nov 17, 2016 (Link)

“How did you get that job?”, Concordia University News, Apr 26, 2016 (LinkCopy)

From Wolves to Wombats: The Australian Exchange Experience, The Telomere Times, Feb 2016: 5-12. Print. (P1, P2, P3, P4)

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