December 2022: Theses and Dissertation defences

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Keith Miller defends "Remedial Options Analysis: Sustainable Remediation of Residential Heating Oil Contamination

Public Notice of the Thesis Defence for the Degree of MSc in Environment and Management

Keith Miller defends “Remedial Options Analysis: Sustainable Remediation of Residential Heating Oil Contamination”

  • School of Environment and Sustainability
  • Date/Time: December 1, 2022 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. PST
  • Venue: Room Location
  • Supervisor: Dr. Steve Grundy

Please note: If you are interested in attending the defence remotely, you will need to contact the Theses and Dissertations Manager (a minimum of five working days in advance) to obtain log-in information.  

Karin Johnson defends "How Permitted Non-farm Uses Impact Agriculture in the Agricultural Land Reserve: An Assessment in Six Greater Vancouver Municipalities"

Public Notice of the Thesis Defence for the Degree of MA in Environment and Management

Karin Johnson defends “How Permitted Non-farm Uses Impact Agriculture in the Agricultural Land Reserve: An Assessment in Six Greater Vancouver Municipalities”

  • School of Environment and Sustainability
  • Date/Time: December 2, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. (PST)
  • Venue: Room Location
  • Supervisor: Dr. Kent Mullinix

Please note: If you are interested in attending the defence remotely, you will need to contact the Theses and Dissertations Manager (a minimum of five working days in advance) to obtain log-in information.  

Melissa Wiebe defends "Engaging Not for Profit Leadership: Community Change in Environmental Sustainability"

Public Notice of the Thesis Defence for the Degree of Master of Arts in Leadership

Melissa Wiebe defends "Engaging Not for Profit Leadership: Community Change in Environmental Sustainability"

  • School of Leadership Studies
  • Date/Time: December 7, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. (PST)
  • Venue: Video Conference
  • Supervisor: Dr. Guy Nasmyth

Please note: If you are interested in attending the defence remotely, you will need to contact the Theses and Dissertations Manager (a minimum of five working days in advance) to obtain log-in information.  

Lorelei Nickel defends "The Pursuit of Integrity: Using Undergraduates’ Conceptions of Integrity to Inspire Teaching and Learning Innovation in a Post-Secondary Business School Context"

Public Notice of the Thesis Defence for the Degree of Doctor of Social Sciences

Lorelei Nickel defends “The Pursuit of Integrity: Using Undergraduates’ Conceptions of Integrity to Inspire Teaching and Learning Innovation in a Post-Secondary Business School Context”

  • College of Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Date/Time: December 9, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. (PST)
  • Venue: Room Location/ VideoConference
  • Supervisor: Dr. Doug Hamilton

Please note: If you are interested in attending the defence remotely, you will need to contact the Theses and Dissertations Manager (a minimum of five working days in advance) to obtain log-in information.  

Traci Tanner defends "Post Colonial Canada? Government Approach to Implementing Treaty First Nation Land and Resource Rights"

Public Notice of the Thesis Defence for the Degree of Doctor of Social Sciences

Traci Tanner defends “Post Colonial Canada? Government Approach to Implementing Treaty First Nation Land and Resource Rights”

  • College of Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Date/Time: December 14, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. (PST)
  • Venue: VideoConference
  • Supervisor: Dr. James Frideres

Please note: If you are interested in attending the defence remotely, you will need to contact the Theses and Dissertations Manager (a minimum of five working days in advance) to obtain log-in information.