Celebrating our Graduates at Spring Convocation 2016

Graduating students from the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies attended Carleton Universities 148th Convocation ceremonies during the afternoon of Friday June 10th, 2016.


Department of Geography and Environmental Studies Undergraduates at Spring Convocation 2016.


Doctor of Philosophy – Mary P. Trudeau “Event-Scale Hydrologic Response in Urbanizing Watersheds of the Canadian Great Lakes Basin and Associations with Fish Richness”. Supervisors: D. King and M. Richardson


Bachelor of Arts Honours – Rachel Canham (pictured with Professor Elyn Humphreys) Rachel graduated with a Major in Environmental Studies With High Distinction and was awarded a Senate Medal for Outstanding Academic Achievement!


Master of Science in Geography – Melissa Nacke “Characterization of the Coastal Marine Environment in the Vicinity of a Grounded Iceberg, Canadian Artic Archipelago”. Supervisor: Derek Mueller


Doctor of Philosophy – Erica Oberndorfer “The Shared Stories of People and Plants: Cultural and Ecological Relationships Between People and Plants in Makkovik, Nunatsiavut (Labrador, Canada)” Supervisor: Gita Ljubicic


Masters of Arts Geography – Deborah Cavanagh Carroll “Consumer, Producer and State Relations within the Multiple Scales of the Eastern Ontario Egg Industry: Exposing Scalar Relations and Neoliberal Tensions” Supervisor: Trish Ballamingie


Master of Science in Geography – Michelle Fairbrother “Effects of Landscape Compositional and Configurational Heterogeneity on Biodiversity in Eastern Ontario Farmland” Supervisors: Scott Mitchell and Doug King


Staff and Faculty are very proud of our DGES Graduates!

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