Our program offers an opportunity to work with diverse faculty, develop and apply theory and qualitative, quantitative & mixed research skills and communicate in clear and accessible written, oral and visual forms with and for multiple audiences to affect positive social change.
I have many and varied interests in the general field of ecology. My current research focuses on two related issues: predicting the biological impacts of climate change; and the ecological effects of endophytic fungi.
My research improves life by assessing workplace tasks and devices for end user injury potential. Once the risk is understood, new methods and devices are designed to minimize the potential of developing injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome.
Professor Paine has conducted research on heritage cemeteries and the design of early mental asylums in Ontario and the United States. Most recently she was principal investigator on a study documenting the works of Stanley Thompson, Canadas foremost Golden Age golf course architect. Other research interests include...
Dr. Kate Parizeau is interested in research questions concerning the social context of waste and its management. Her research uses waste management practices as a lens through which to interrogate complex systems of social organization and human exchanges with the natural world.
The two MA programs in European Studies are interdisciplinary in nature and allow students to develop transcultural competencies. The programs promote cutting edge research in a collegial and dynamic environment. The Erasmus Mundus program is the only one of its kind in Canada and brings to Guelph a large number of international students.