Tubing Night

Come out and enjoy a fun filled evening of snow tubing with friends at Chicopee Tube Park! You must buy your tickets by Feb. 21st ! Only $10.00* for Environment Grad Students or $18.08* (including taxes) for others! The event is accessible using public transit!  Tickets may be purchased in person in EV1-357 between 1-3 […]

Alex Glaros

Title: Secretary  Roles: Record and post meeting minutes Organize agenda for meetings Hometown: Hamilton, Ontario Program: Geography and Environmental Management, MES Research: I am interested in urban agriculture initiatives within cities across Canada. Specifically, I will be applying the lens of resilience and complex systems to different practices of urban food production: low tech, high tech, community-focused, and commercially-focused. About […]

Paddy Enright

Title: President Roles: Student representative on graduate studies committees Coordinate meetings and outreach initiatives. Represent EGSA at Faculty wide events Hometown: Ottawa Valley, Ontario Program: Geography and Environmental Management, PhD Research: I study the relationship between human health and the natural environment. More specifically, for my PhD I am researching the management of water-borne diseases in post-natural […]

Geoff Luehr

Title: Treasurer Roles: Overlook EGSA finances Program: Geography and Environmental Management, MES Hometown: Kelowna, British Columbia Research Interests: My research focuses on the sustainability of cities, specifically through a food systems lens. I plan to look at the utility of urban agriculture (UA) as a possible form of agriculture that can contribute to more sustainable cities. This research will be done […]

Peter Wray

Title Co-Social Coordinator Roles: Updating the blog Promoting events Making new friends Program: Geography and Environmental Management, Masters Program Hometown: Uxbridge, Ontario Research Interests: My research utilizes ground based geophysical methods (Ground Penetrating Radar) to survey the size and shape of Antarctic ice shelves to attain a better understanding of their stability. A special interest is the sub-ice shelf […]

Megan Sutton

Title Co-Social Coordinator Roles: Updating the blog Promoting events Making new friends Program: Geography and Environment Management, MA Program Hometown: Oakville, Ontario Research Interests: My research focuses on the interactions between tourism and climate change.  In particular, I am studying the impact climate change and whale watching are having on the Southern Resident Killer Whale population, and how this […]

Patricia Huynh

Title Co-Social Coordinator Roles: Updating the blog Promoting events Making new friends Hometown: Brampton, Ontario Program: Environment, Resources and Sustainability, PhD Program Research: My research focuses on assessing the ecological resilience of aquatic ecosystems in response to urban development. I am particularly into benthic macroinvertebrates and salamanders.  About Me: When I am not running my soap empire, I am […]

Bronwyn Lazowski

Title: Co-Social Coordinator Roles: Updating the blog Promoting events Making new friends Hometown: Aurora, Ontario Program: Geography and Environmental Management, PhD Program Research Interests: My research focuses on residential energy energy conservation and how technology and behaviour change programs can shift consumption practices towards a sustainable energy culture. I am particularly interested in opportunities for smart grid technologies and […]

Diamir de Scally

Title: Vice President Roles:  takes the place of the President in the absence of the President is responsible for elections acts as a liaison between the EGSA and other departments or Grad Studies Societies as applicable performs the functions delegated by the President. Hometown: Kelowna, British Columbia Program: Geography and Environmental Management, MES Research: My research interests lie in […]

Environment Town Hall

Hello everyone! The Graduate Student’s Association is hosting Faculty Town Halls to hear more about your experience as a Graduate Student at the University of Waterloo. Environment students are welcome to come out on Friday, Oct 16 at 10:30AM in EV2-2002. Have your voice heard.

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