To help us shape a sustainable future, we’re embarking on a bold initiative to attract the best and brightest graduate students to be the next generation of researchers in the field.
We invite you to join Dean Andrey at our graduate program open house to learn more about research opportunities offered in the Faculty of Environment -- the largest faculty of its kind in Canada.
Enjoy a drink and some food while talking with faculty, staff and current students who can answer any questions you may have. Register now!
|SEED||Environmental and sustainable finance with a focus on sustainable credit risk management, socially responsible investment.|
|Geography||Soil greenhouse gas fluxes, wetland restoration, ecohydrology, organic soil physics|
Commons, Environmental governance, Social-ecological system resilience, Environmental justice, Political ecology
|Geography||Global environmental health, global water sanitation, gene-environment interactions and allergic disease|
|SEED||Economic impacts of extreme weather and climate change within the financial sector, environmental governance and climate change adaptation|
|SEED||Business sustainability, resilience, scale, decision-making, and environmental performance|
Managing energy use effectively & sustainably, renewable electricity in Canada and the U.S., solar energy
|SEED & Geography||Economic geography, creative cities, cultural industries, clusters & innovation, economic development policy, labour & employment|
|SERS||Social dimensions of biodiversity conservation; rethinking the conservation of biodiversity in the context of global change|
|SEED||Community sustainable development strategies; corporate social and environment al responsibility; campus environmental management.|
Water Policy and Governance
This event is free but registration is required.
Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Environment 3 - 3rd floor
Complimentary refreshments and appetizers served.