Congratulations to our Fall 2015 Graduates!

Our Fall 2015 Graduates

IMG_2962From left to right: Dr. Scott Mitchell, Dr. Doug King, Allison Neil, Elizabeth Cowan, Laura Salisbury, Dr. Elyn Humphreys, and Dr. Michael Brklacich

Dr. Scott Mitchell with Laura Salisbury—Evaluating the Effectiveness of Three Dimensional Geovisualization Tools in Communicating Climate Change Impacts, A PEI Case Study

Dr. Scott Mitchell with Laura Salisbury—Evaluating the Effectiveness of Three Dimensional Geovisualization Tools in Communicating Climate Change Impacts, A PEI Case Study

Chair Dr. Doug King and Asli Mahdi—The everyday health geographies of Bhutanese and Nepalese migrants in Ottawa: Health, wellbeing and therapeutic networks

Chair Dr. Doug King and Asli Mahdi—The everyday health geographies of Bhutanese and Nepalese migrants in Ottawa: Health, wellbeing and therapeutic networks

Dr. Michael Brklacich and Allison Neil—Uncertainty in Climate Change Discourse: An Examination of Regional Canadian Newspapers

Dr. Michael Brklacich and Allison Neil—Uncertainty in Climate Change Discourse: An Examination of Regional Canadian Newspapers

Not shown in the pictures but who also graduated in the fall are the following students:

Greg Lewis-Paley—Ice island variability in polarimetric Synthetic Aperture Radar: An exploratory analysis to improve detection and ice classification

Lauren Allen—Growing in the city: Analyzing public urban agriculture in Ottawa

Stephanie Delaney—Impacts of retrogressive permafrost thaw slumps on aquatic systems in the Peel Plateau, Northwest Territories, Canada

Congratulations on all your hard work!

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