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.
Enjoy a drink and some food while we take you through a brief overview of our four graduate programs. Faculty, staff and students will be available to chat with you and answer any questions you may have.
With programs in sustainability management, international development practice, environment and business, local economic development and social innovation, SEED is dedicated to developing the knowledge, tools and expertise to integrate business and development activities with environmental and social goals.
Thursday, November 12th, 2015
4-6:30 pm (remarks around 5:40pm)
ENV 3 4th Floor
Refreshments and appetizers served
|Dr. Olaf Weber||Environmental and sustainable finance with a focus on sustainable credit risk management, socially responsible investment.|
|Dr. Prateep Nayak||
Commons, Environmental governance, Social-ecological system resilience, Environmental justice, Political ecology
|Dr. Neil Craik||Intersection of international and domestic environmental policy, climate and geoengineering governance and environmental impact assessment|
|Economic impacts of extreme weather and climate change within the financial sector, environmental governance and climate change adaptation|
|Dr. Tara Vinodrai||Economic geography, creative cities, cultural industries, clusters & innovation, economic development policy, labour & employment|
|Corporate social responsibility (CSR), management systems, standards and certification, industrial supply-chains, and sustainability of products and material systems.|
|Dr. Amelia Clarke||Community sustainable development strategies; corporate social and environmental responsibility; campus environmental management.|
|Dr. Sean Geobey||Social entrepreneurship and social innovation, impact investing and in social innovation labs, sustainable finance|
|Dr. Jenn Lynes||
Social marketing, community-based social marketing and green marketing, Residential energy conservation behaviour, Green/social entrepreneurship and innovation
|Dr. Simron Singh||Understanding the metabolism of local rural systems and their long-term dynamics using biophysical variables such as material and energy flows, land use, and time-use|
|Teresa Wilson||Graduate Program Administrator|
|Joanne Adair||Experiential Learning and Business Engagement|
|Katherine MacLean||Graduate Program Administrator|