Find out how alumna Maryam Akhtar Khan is combining her passion for environmental sustainability and interest in social justice initiatives.
The passion and dedication of David Cash, President of Cash & Associates, have garnered much success and recognition.
Admired and respected by peers, students and community members alike, Graham Forbes is an established leader in science and conservation.
Find out how alumn Susan Cartwright became one of Canada's most influential ambassadors and policy makers .
As a new employee of Toronto-based Optech Inc., Xing Fan is charged with introducing potential Chinese clients to Optech’s world-renown LiDAR technology.
Across North America, a blue box means recycling. What most people may not know is that Environmental Studies graduate Eric Hellman was instrumental in starting the world’s first blue box program.
John Sheridan is president and CEO of Ballard Power Systems, one of the world’s leading hydrogen fuel cell companies. He calls hydrogen "the ultimate in clean energy" and considers it critical to the future.
Barbara Veale (BES '76, MA '80, PhD '11) grew up by the banks of the Grand. She has never really left the river. She is co-ordinator of policy, planning, and partnerships for the Grand River Conservation Authority.
The recipient of the 2011 Alumni Achievement Award, Steve Franklin (BES '80, MA '82, PhD '85) is President and Vice-Chancellor of Trent University and an expert in satellite and aerial remote sensing.
Jim Davidson is widely known for his “Cowboy Ethics”, a belief in market development through good business practices, competitive spirit and the integration of philanthropy and business.
An educator, researcher and strategic planner, Geography grad Peter Williams has focused his career on making tourism more environmentally friendly.
Gayle Wood has dedicated her career to watershed management, locally, provincially and internationally, often managing multiple watersheds at a time.
A respected educator in the Waterloo Regional District School Board, Bill Bulmer received his Bachelors of Environmental Studies in 1998 and went on to spread his knowledge of geography with high school students within the Region.
As associate vice-president, and professor in the Department of Geography and Resource Management, at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Tung Fung has established his legacy as an influential voice in Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
Courtney Huisman, a 2011 Geography graduate has made it her mission to teach people that an endangered species is worth more alive than it is dead.
For her work in supporting diversity and inclusion in the Ontario Government, Carol Layton was recognized as a “Legend of the Ontario Public Service.”
Thank you for flying
Caroline van Arendonk’s career has soared to great heights in the three short years since graduating from the Geography and Aviation program in 2012.
Joseph Dal Molin, president of E-Cology, and a 1976 Geography graduate is an established global leader in the implementation of EHR worldwide.
Mark Menhennet brings over 20 years of geotechnology experience to his classroom.