His doctoral research examines the intersections of economic policy, environmental sustainability, and cultural practice.
His research interest is in climate change, air pollution and health impacts of solid cooking fuel.
Her studies focus on ethics in student activism, which she approaches from the perspective of Jewish phenomenology.
Her research currently pulls from lessons learned about natural hazards from other communities.
His research focuses on citizen political alienation in Western democracies.
Her doctoral research looks at the interplay of transitional justice and settler colonialism.
Amber is committed to creating sustainable, equitable, and resilient food systems through public scholarship and knowledge mobilization.
Balsher's interests lie in environmental sciences, sustainability, and judicious utilization of global water resources.
Bernardo Dourado Ranieri
Bernardo is a second year Ph.D. student in Resource Management and Environmental Studies (RMES).
Her research focuses on obtaining the water and carbon footprint of different crops in Mato Grosso, Brazil, one of the main crop exporters in the world, by making direct field measurements.
Cate May Burton
Her research engages with critical theory, intersectional feminism, critical race, anti-colonial, and indigenous theories, and aims to intervene in the field of education.
Claudia's research interest lies in the role of early childhood education policies in educational inequalities.
His research interest is in the internationalization of higher education in Canada.