Wednesday, February 5, 2020

SEED's PhD award for Best Comprehensive Exam

Ying Zhou portrait picture


SEED Congratulates Ying Zhou for receiving the "Best Comprehensive Exam" award!

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Professor Marie-Claire Cordonier-Segger granted the Leverhulme Trust Visiting Professorship award

Head shot of Marie-Claire Cordonier-Segger

Marie-Claire Cordonier-Segger, Professor of Law at the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development (SEED) has been granted the Leverhulme Trust Visting Professorship award

Tuesday, August 6, 2019

SEED and IIT Kharagpur Sign a Memorandum of Understanding

B.Frayne signs MOU in India

SEED and IIT Kharagpur Sign Memorandum of Understanding


Wednesday, July 31, 2019

SEED welcomes two new faculty members

A big SEED welcome to two new faculty members- Dr. Cameron McCordic and Dr. Jeffrey Wilson

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Professor Paul Parker, one of the 2019 GCC Award winners!

Professor Paul Parker, recipient of GCC award

Professor Paul Parker of  SEED receives the Environmental Lifetime Achievement Award

Paul Parker is a distinguished and enthusiastic professor at the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development (SEED). Parker is also an engaged community member whose primary focus is on building sustainable communities by engaging local stakeholders in the circular economy; where a win-win situation is created for both the environment and economy. He is particularly concerned with how local economic development strategies can achieve a sustainable future. Today, Professor Paul Parker has been awarded the Environmental Lifetime Achievement Award by Green Communities Canada (GCC)

This award is given to an individual who demonstrates through work and achievements a lifetime contribution to improving the environment.

Green communities canada (GCC)


Thursday, June 20, 2019

Kickoff to the MEB Capstone Residency Period

MEB Graduate

Master of Environment and Business students are here, and they're here to complete Capstone degree requirements! 

Thursday, June 20, 2019

Juan Moreno-Cruz selected as Canada Research Chair (CRC) in energy transitions

CRC Canada

Juan Moreno-Cruz is an associate professor at the School of Environment, Enterprise, and Development, University of Waterloo. His research involves the interaction of energy systems, technological change, and climate policy. Moreno-Cruz’s most recent work provides a look into the process of energy transitions by showing how access to energy affects the organization of the economy in cities, and the way energy consumption pollutes the environment. Juan has been named a Canada Research Chair as part of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. He is a Tier 2 Chair, a position dedicated to assistant or associate professors who are recognized by their peers as an exceptional emerging scholar with the potential to lead in their field. Moreno-Cruz will receive $100,000 annually over the course of five years to fund research efforts.

Friday, June 14, 2019

SEED travels to the Global MDP Summit in New Delhi

Main table at TERI School of Advanced Studies

Professor Steven Young represents SEED at the 11th Global MDP Summit

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

MDP Global Summit happening soon!

MDP International Development Summit 2019

This year the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development will be represented by Professor Steven Young at the MDP Global Summit, the annual meeting of members of the Global Association of Master of Development Practice (MDP) programs. The MDP is an interdisciplinary graduate degree program that prepares students to better identify and address the challenges of sustainable development.

Monday, June 10, 2019

Two of SEED's SUSM Master Students advance in CEC Youth Innovation Challenge

Noor-Ur-Rahman Shaikh and Daniel Francisco Gonzalez

SUSM Masters Students; Noor-ur-Rahman Shaikh and Daniel Francisco Gonzalez, the Canadian winners of the 2019 CEC Youth Innovation Challenge advance forward to present their projects in Mexico City

Two of the School of Environment, Enterprise and Business SUSM Master's students; Noor-ur-Rahman Shaikh (supervisor: Professor Steve Young) and Daniel Francisco Gonzalez (supervisor: Professor Goretty Dias) are the 2019 national winners of the Comission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC) Youth Innovation Challenge. Noor-ur-Rahman and Daniel will travel to Mexico City this month to present their project  "IXIM - Using your waste to create change!"  The project involved the creation of a 100% biodegradable and sustainable material alternative to bricks, allowing us to reinvision the "framework" of walls.