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Mark Seasons, PhD, FCIP, RPP

Professor, School of Planning

Mark Seasons is an urban planner with extensive community and policy planning experience. He joined the University of Waterloo’s School of Planning in 1998, following many years as a practicing planner at the local, provincial and federal government level in Ontario, Alberta and New Zealand. He is a professor with the School of Planning. Mark has also held senior administrative roles including interim dean and associate dean (undergraduate studies) for the Faculty of Environment at the University of Waterloo.

Bill Irwin, MPA, PhD

Assistant Professor, Department of Economics and Business

Bill Irwin is an Assistant Professor at Huron University College in the Department of Economics and Business, where he instructs in the area of Management and Organizational Studies. He also instructs Program and Policy Evaluation at University of Western Ontario in the Department of Political Science in the Masters in Public Administration Program. Professor Irwin’s research interests centres on issues of policy, leadership, and community engagement. He is interested in exploring models of program and policy evaluation focused on qualitative evaluation, outcome and impact analysis; with principal interest focused on the interplay between institutions and community.

Rob Rappolt, MA Planning

Student, Research Assistant

Rob holds a MA in Planning from the University of Waterloo’s School of Planning. During this time, he assumed a position working with Professor Mark Seasons as a research assistant, focusing his studies on the topical issue of rural school closures in Ontario. More specifically, Rob focused on how the Accommodation Review Committee (ARC) process could be better ameliorated through the best practices of community and rural planning.