- B.A. University of Saskatoon
- M.Ed. Univ. of Saskatchewan
- PhD OISE/University of Toronto
Areas of Interest:
- Strengthening ethno-cultural vegetable value chains
- Interdisciplinary linkages among environmental, economic and social aspects of farming systems/extension and rural development
Current Research - SSHRC project with Dr. Adekunle, 'Food Sovereignty and Refugee Path Immigrants'.
Recent Book - 2017. Filson, G. C. and Adekunle, B. (eds.) Eat Local, Taste Global: How Ethno-cultural Foods Reach our Table. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier Press.
Past courses include, at the graduate level, Research Design (MSc) and Integrated Research Methods (PhD), Capacity Building for Sustainable Development (MSc) and Development Administration (MSc). Undergraduate courses have included Program Development and Evaluation, Sustainable Rural Communities (each 3rd year) and Rural Extension in Change and Development, and Independent Research (each 4th year).