Graham is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Environment, Enterprise and Development, and Principal Emeritus of St. Paul’s University College at the University of Waterloo. As Principal of St. Paul’s he led the creation, approval and staffing of International Development and participated in the development of the Masters of Development Practice program. As a result, the Faculty, SEED and both development programs have strong links to St. Paul’s. Graham taught the “Culture and Ethics” course in INDEV for several terms until staff hiring was completed. He established the Waterloo Indigenous Student Centre at St. Paul’s and initiated indigenous student recruitment to Waterloo and outreach programs to indigenous youth in northern Ontario. Trained in philosophy and theology, Graham’s interests are in political theory and indigenous rights, and in philosophy of religion.
- INDEV 300: Culture and Ethics
- PHIL 247: Introduction to Philosophy of Religion
- ENVS 401: Aboriginal Law and Natural Resource Development
- Ph.D - Philosophy of Religion, University of Oxford
- M.Div - Theology, Yale University
- B.Sc - Philosophy & Psychology, University of Toronto