Canada’s Waste Flow is now on Facebook!
The General Research Ethics Board (GREB), by means of a delegated board review, has cleared my PhD proposal entitled “Governing Canadian Waste and Recyclables Transportation” for ethical compliance with the Tri-Council Guidelines (TCPS) and Queen’s ethics policies. With GREB approval, I may begin involving human subjects in my research.
The Lamp is an international literary journal dedicated to showcasing the creative writing of graduate and professional students. The Lamp seeks to provide graduate and professional students around the world with the opportunity to publish their poetry, short fiction, creative non-fiction, scripts, and other textual art. The journal is based at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, and is supported by the Society of Graduate and Professional Students.
I am pleased to announce that I have been selected to join the editorial board for Volume 5 (2014-2015) of The Lamp.
Myra J. Hird has been recognized by her peers for her career as a distinguished interdisciplinary scholar with an international reputation for her multifaceted, collaborative investigations into science studies and environmental issues. Fellowship in the RSC is one of the highest recognitions for Canadian academics. Congratulations to Dr. Hird!
Kate Parizeau, assistant professor at Guelph University, is a national level advisory group member for the Canada’s Waste Flow project. I had a chance to have a quick conversation with Kate at the 2014 AAG in Tampa, Florida.
Check it out on the Canada’s Waste Flow blog.
My abstract with Alex Zahara, “Legislating Canadian Disposal at Sea: Implications for the Northwest Passage”, has been accepted for paper presentation at the 2014 annual conference and meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, as part of the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. I have been asked to chair the session on Environmental Governance.
The session will be held in St. Catharine’s, Ontario in May 2014.