Fall 2023 ENVI Research Colloquium Series

Join us for this year's ES Seminar Series, designed to bring all of ENVI together with the larger community to share thought provoking discussions. Please see our full schedule details below. We look forward to seeing you there!

Speaker Schedule, Fall 2023
School of Environmental Studies Research Colloquium
Wednesdays, 11:30-12:30
David Turpin Building, Room B255

Speakers by date




Sept 13

Sarah Hunt and Deborah Curran

How not to recolonize in our attempt to save the planet

Sept 20

Various Faculty

School of Environmental Studies: Research in decolonization and reconciliation

Sept 27

Darcy Mathews

The Lək̓ʷəŋən ethnoecology and archaeology project

Oct 4

Nathan Pelletier

Food for thought: Thinking critically about food and sustainability

Oct 11

Heather Castleden


Oct 18

Kathleen Carroll

Applied conservation: Habitat, connectivity, and people

Oct 25

Gerald Singh

The outsized influence of the average in environmental research and management

Nov 1

Jen Gobby

Research in service to struggle: How research and researchers can actively support frontline communities and movements in the fight for environmental and climate justice across so-called Canada?

Nove 8

Nancy Shackelford

Green roof restoration (field day)

Nov 15

Reading Break


Nov 22

Patrick Hayes

The impact of settler colonial fisheries on ancestral clam beaches in the Salish Sea, 1880-1940

Nov 29

Emma Ladouceur

Disturbance, regeneration, and the restoration of ecological communities