Jeff Casello and Steve Alexander
The teaching and learning committee present a lecture on the future of teaching. Join us for lunch and discussion on November 25, featuring Jeff Casello and Steve Alexander.
Lunch will be served at 11:30am
Confronting the Political Economy of Ever More
Web Seminar Invitation
The novel ecosystems concept reveals opportunities for integrated and collaborative approaches to landscape planning and management. In this seminar, we will consider the implications for conservation, agriculture, policy, governance, and land use.
Listen to world expert, and Environment and Resource Studies Chair, Dr Stephen Murphy, discuss applications for a range of wilderness, rural, and (sub)urban contexts.
Canada’s North is the first homeland of Aboriginal peoples who have inhabited this vast region for thousands of years – long before explorers, settlers, and fortune seekers that made their way into the region. Come out and understand the impacts of climate warming and Aboriginal communities on November 19.
Guest speakers include: Rachael Simon, Bill Quinton, and Edward Cholo
A panel discussion will include: Mike English, Alison Blay-Palmer and Dean Holman
In November of this year, Bruce Mitchell will retire after 46 years of service to the University of Waterloo.
In appreciation of his outstanding career and accomplishments, we will be hosting a reception and dinner for faculty, friends and former students.
This will be a wonderful opportunity to recognize Bruce's impact and visit with old friends and fellow alumni. Friends or family members are welcome.
The Faculty of Environment is proud to announce the latest installment of our exciting free speaker series.
Please join us Friday November 13, 2015 for a free lecture on the environment presented by experts in our faculty.
Complimentary lunch will also be served at 12pm.
Be sure to join the conversation using #envlecture
Interested in exploring graduate studies in a sustainability related field next year?
We invite you to join the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development (SEED) to learn more about graduate program opportunities offered in SEED.
Young Alumni Pre-Dinner Social
Meet and mingle with recent alumni, current students, peers, colleagues and friends of the School of Planning immediately before the annual Toronto Planning Dinner on November 12, 2015.