January 2023 Theses and Dissertation defences

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Kate Dunn defends "Bringing Life to Liver Wellness Through Wisdom Seeking Conversations: Conceptualizations of Liver Health with Indigenous Communities"

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

Kate Dunn defends “Bringing Life to Liver Wellness Through Wisdom Seeking Conversations: Conceptualizations of Liver Health with Indigenous Communities”

  • College of Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Date/Time: January 12, 2023 at 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (PST)
  • Venue: VideoConference
  • Supervisor: Dr. Cheryl Barnabe

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.  

Caitlin Moran defends "Frontline Community Voices in CleanBC: Assessing GBA+ as a Tool for Climate Justice"

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

Caitlin Moran defends “Frontline Community Voices in CleanBC: Assessing GBA+ as a Tool for Climate Justice”

  • School of Environment and Sustainability
  • Date/Time: January 9, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. (PST)
  • Venue: VideoConference
  • Supervisor: Dr. Leslie King

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.  

Michael Wadeson defends "A Dendrochronological Analysis of Western Redcedar Sensitivity to Climatic Moisture Deficit"

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

Michael defends “A Dendrochronological Analysis of Western Redcedar Sensitivity to Climatic Moisture Deficit”

  • School of Environment and Sustainability
  • Date/Time: January 26, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. (PST)
  • Venue: VideoConference
  • Supervisor: Dr. Richard Hebda

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.