Collaborative Program in
Environment and Sustainability

A Guide to Faculty Supervisors and Home Programs for Prospective Graduate Students


Below is a listing of current faculty associated with a HOME PROGRAM and the Collaborative Program in Environment and Sustainability. Prospective graduate students interested in participating in the collaborative program in addition to pursuing degree studies in a home program can use this list as a guide to begin their search for a home program research supervisor. The Collaborative Program in Environment and Sustainability is not offered as an independent degree; students must be enrolled in a home program to be eligible to participate. Next Steps for Prospective Students.

List of Home Program Supervisors and Associated Departments

Last Name

First Name

Department (Home Program)

 

Colquhoun

Ian

Anthropology

 

Jorgensen

Dan

Anthropology

 

Premat

Adriana

Anthropology

 

Walsh

Andrew

Anthropology

 
Wild
Geoff
 

Branfireun

Brian

Biology, Geography, Earth Sciences

 

Creed

Irena

Biology

 

Fenton

Brock

Biology

 

Henry

Hugh

Biology

 

Keyghobadi

Nusha

Biology

 

Macfie

Sheila

Biology

 

McNeil

Jeremy

Biology

 

Millar

Jack

Biology

 

Milligan

Louise

Biology

 
Morbey Yolanda Biology  

Neff

Bryan

Biology

 

Sinclair

Brent

Biology

 

Staples

Jim

Biology

 

Thorn

Greg

Biology

 

Trick

Charles

Biology

 

Zanette

Liana

Biology

Bassi

Amarjeet

Chemical & Biochemical Engineering

Karamanev

Dimitre

Chemical & Biochemical Engineering

Nakhla

George

Chemical & Biochemical Engineering

Margaritis

Argyrios

Chemical & Biochemical Engineering

Ray

Madhumita

Chemical & Biochemical Engineering

 

Zhu

Jingxu

Chemical & Biochemical Engineering

 

Martin

Ron

Chemistry

 

Shoesmith

David

Chemistry

 

Baddour

Raouf

Civil & Environmental Engineering

 

El Naggar

Hesham

Civil & Environmental Engineering

 

Gerhard

Jason

Civil & Environmental Engineering

 

O'Carroll

Denis

Civil & Environmental Engineering

 
Robinson Clare Civil & Environmental Engineering  

Simonovic

Slobodan

Civil & Environmental Engineering

 

Yanful

Ernest

Civil & Environmental Engineering

 

Katchabaw

Michael

Computer Science

 

Madhavji

Nasim

Computer Science

 

Hicock

Stephen

Earth Sciences

 

Longstaffe

Fred

Earth Sciences

 

Schincariol

Robert

Earth Sciences

 

Tiampo

Kristy

Earth Sciences

 

Webb

Elizabeth

Earth Sciences

 

Pitman

Allan

Faculty of Education

 

Ashmore

Peter

Geography

 

Baxter

James

Geography

 
Buzzelli
Michael
Geography

Gilliland

Jason

Geography

 

McBean

Gordon

Geography

 

Moser

Katrina

Geography

 

Parr

Joy

Geography

 

Pazner

Micha

Geography

 

Shrubsole

Dan

Geography

 

Smart

Chris

Geography

 

van De Wiel

Marco

Geography

 

Voogt

James

Geography

 

Wang

Jinfei

Geography

 

Weis

Anthony

Geography

 
Yates Adam Geography  

MacEachern

Alan

History

 

Turkel

William

History

 

Bansal

Tima

Richard Ivey School of Business

 

Klassen

Rob

Richard Ivey School of Business

 

Koval

Susan

Microbiology & Immunology

 

Chronik

Blaine

Physics & Astronomy

 

Sica

Robert

Physics & Astronomy

 

Lui

Edmund

Physiology & Pharmacology

 

Dimitrov

Radoslav

Political Science

 
       

 

Steps to Apply to the Collaborative Program in Environment and Sustainability

Step One: Contact faculty members whose work interests you to discuss your research interests.

Step Two: Apply to and become a student in a HOME PROGRAM (the choice of supervisor will determine the home program), by following the application instructions and submission deadlines for the chosen home program. Information on application procedures can be accessed by visiting the webpages of the home program (department) of interest. Application procedures, deadlines and fees may not be consistent across departments.

Step Three: Establish your interest in participating in the Collaborative Environment & Sustainability Program with your home program supervisor. Students must have their supervisor's approval to participate in the collaborative program.

Step Four: Apply internally to the Collaborative Program in Environment and Sustainability using the designated form (no fees). This step can be taken when students arrive on campus to begin studies in their home department but cannot be established prior to the commencement of home program studies. Graduate students may apply to participate in the Collaborative Program in Environment during their first year of their home program studies, provided the student has at least two full terms remaining prior to graduation (Fall and Winter terms only).

Final Step: Print and complete the Collaborative Program Application form and submit to the address provided on the form.

This page was last updated on October 9, 2009
Centre for Environment and Sustainability Web Contact: hsanders@uwo.ca