ES384 students on a field trip to O.U.R. Ecovillage farm in Shawnegan Lake, BC
Instructing and mentoring undergraduates has been one of the most rewarding aspects of my Master's degree and has allowed me to share my experiences and provide advice to those aspiring to work in the environmental field. Moreover, I learn from the students in return and am always amazed by their talents, interests and determination.
Teaching assisting has given me the opportunity to lecture in undergraduate classes on my recent research and learn to become a better instructor and science communicator.
It has also allowed me to revisit and discuss classic papers in sustainability and resource management, practice my GIS analysis skills, and apply concepts like panarchy theory to the predator-prey relationships that I study.
ES384 Systems Theory (2 semesters) Instructed by Dr. Duncan Taylor
GEOG328 GIS Analysis (3 semesters) Instructed by Dr. Kristen Kilistoff, Dr. Shannon Fargey & Dr. Chris Bone
GEOG 209 Environmental Management Instructed by Dr. John Thistle
GEOG 274 Biogeography Instructed by Dr. Jill Harvey