Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Experiential Learning in ERS 265: Water History

ERS 265 students, Sarah Wolfe and Grand River Guides

It was an absolutely beautiful day as the students of ERS 265 — Social and Environmental History of Water — paddled down the Grand River. 

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

SERS welcomes new lecturer Christine Barbeau

SERS is pleased to welcome Christine Barbeau as the new lecturer in the school starting September 1st.

Christine will be teaching 5-6 undergraduate courses throughout the year with her focus on teaching three spring block field courses within the school.

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

SERS PhD graduate Dr. Marie Claire Brisbos wins prestigious Banting Fellowship

Congratulations to SERS PhD graduate Dr. Marie Claire Brisbois! Marie Claire won a prestigious Banting Fellowship, which she will hold at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. Her project is titled "Shifting political power: the nature, mechanisms and consequences of distributed renewable energy transitions".

Friday, May 12, 2017

SERS Adjunct Professor Don Cowan and his colleague Kyle Young recipients of the Award of Merit of the volunteer Action Center

SERS Adjunct Professor Don Cowan and his colleague Kyle Young where presented with an award for their work with the local, provincial and national volunteer community. The AWARD of MERIT of the Volunteer Action Centre was presented at the 12th Annual Volunteer Impact Awards Gala on April 27th.

Monday, March 27, 2017

Bailey Jacobs COP22 Reflection

Bailey Jacobs photo in morocco

COP 22 Reflection  by Bailey Jacobs

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

ERS undergrad alumna named Kitchener's 2017 Artist in Residence

Julie Sperling

In 1995, the City of Kitchener created the first municipal artist-in-residence program in Canada. Now, they welcome their first mosaic artist, Faculty of Environment alumna Julie Sperling.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

One Environment student is protecting trees from elephants in an unlikely way

Darian Hall is a School of Environment, Resources and Sustainability student who is channeling his passion for sustainability into a unique way to preserve trees in South African game reserves.  Please visit Waterloo Environment for more information.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

Understanding food security from a Roman perspective

Jennifer Clapp and students

Every year, millions of people travel to Italy to enjoy Neapolitan pizza and authentic gelato. Jennifer Clapp also travelled to Italy for the food, but she didn’t go to eat it – she went to educate her students about it.

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