Department of Geography and Planning

Department of Geography and Planning
Department of Geography and Planning

Carolyn DeLoyde (SURP alumna MPL ‘92) and current PhD Candidate will be on Grad Chat on April 2nd to discuss her research entitled "Quantifying ecosystem services to enhance the use of Natural Heritage Systems to respond to climate change." Carolyn's research is focused on developing responses to climate change within the context of land use planning using the potential of Ontario's Natural Heritage System (NHS) planning approach.


Geography doctoral student Sue Bazely recently attended the Queen’s University Faculty Author Reception, an annual event that celebrates Queen’s Faculty who have had complete books in print, published the previous calendar year. Sue published Charles F. Gibson Events of a Military Life in Kingston, which accompanied the exhibition on Gibson and other painters of 1830s Kingston held at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre in 2018. Copies of the recently published books were on display during the event.

                       Sue Bazely with Principal Woolf                                                  Tom Courchene with Sue Bazely                  

                  Sue Bazely with Principal Woolf                              Tom Courchene, Inaugural Director of the School of Policy Studies,
                                                                                                                        and Sue Bazely show their books
 


 

 
Jacqueline Hung giving a talk at the Canadian Science and Technology Museum in Ottawa
Geography doctoral student Jacqueline Hung recently gave a talk at the Canadian Science and Technology Museum in Ottawa as part of the Curiosity on Stage event series showcasing researchers and innovations in STEM fields. Jackie spoke about her research on terrestrial ecology and where it fits into the bigger climate warming picture.

Geography doctoral student Shyra Barberstock was featured in the Economic Development section of Say Magazine's January 2019 issue (pages 14-15)!  Shyra and her partner Rye Barberstock (Geography doctoral student), built and launched the Okwaho Network as a social network for Indigenous businesses in Canada and it has evolved into a global consultancy.