Welcome to the Geographies of Health in Place (GoHelP) lab, led by Susan J. Elliott, PhD, in the Department of Geography and Environmental Management at the University of Waterloo.
Professor Susan Elliott has authored a chapter, 'COVID-19 in the developing world: curse or blessing?' in newly released book COVID-19 and Similar Futures.
Congratulations to Cynthia who has received the Marzieh (Mari) Foroutan Memorial Graduate Scholarship. The scholarship, valued at $2,000, is awarded based on scholastic excellence (minimum cumulative average of 80%), and favours students who demonstrate leadership and community engagement.
Do you do research in the area of water, sanitation and health?
Do you have an idea for a review in the area of water, health and sanitation?
Think about sending your idea for a review to the journal Water Security to email@example.com. This journal is by invitation only, but we are really excited to see ideas related to the following...
Calling potential graduate students
You are invited to attend the Environment Faculty Open House on Tuesday Jan 20, 4-6:30 pm, EV3 4th floor.
This is a recruiting event to invite potential students to come, learn about the masters and doctoral programs, hear about some of the exciting research underway. This is a great opportunity to ask questions about the new Dean's Doctoral Initiative.
Interested in transforming the local transportation system to achieve climate action? Explore solutions in sustainable transportation at the first Transportation Hack for Health.
The GoHelP lab will be celebrating the end of a great year with a festive lunch together.
Those who need rides should meet at noon in LHS 1616.
Collapsed pit latrine on the left and Emergency pit latrine constructed with aluminum roofing sheet on the right in a dispensar in Kisumu, Kenya.
“What’s a hackathon?”
As we shared our research plans with colleagues and potential participants, we were asked this question many times over the last 6 months! Even after spending so much time learning what to expect through the planning process, the hackathon experience and its outcomes exceeded my expectations.
I am stepping back to write this post after receiving an acceptance note for the final version of my thesis on UWSpace, a University of Waterloo thesis repository.