Monthly Archives: October 2014

Of debes, wheelbarrows and oxcarts: Counting what counts among Kenyan smallholders – DGES PhD student, Beth Mburu writes about her fieldwork in Kenya

Of debes, wheelbarrows and oxcarts: Counting what counts among Kenyan smallholders By Beth Mburu, Phd Candidate (ABD), DGES On one sunny afternoon at the slopes of Mt. Kenya, I drove into an organization’s compound and backed up into the first … Continue reading

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Professor Murray Richardson studies metal and mercury exposure in water on Temagami First Nation

Professor Murray Richardson of the the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies is featured in Carleton Now for his research on the effects of industry on the Temagami First Nation waterways and fish.

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DGES Professor featured in article about online teaching

Dr. Pablo Mendez, new faculty in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, is featured in the September/October 2014 Online Focus Newsletter.

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DGES Students, Staff, and Faculty Volunteer at Beaus Oktoberfest Midway

On Friday, October 3rd several students, staff and faculty volunteered at the Midway during Beaus annual Oktoberfest event held in Vankleek Hill. The Midway is an area of Oktoberfest where people can donate money to play games & win

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