April Kinghorn: April Kinghorn is completing a Bachelor of Science in Ecological Determinants of Health. She will be graduating in December 2003. Future plans include travel and graduate school.
Tim Murphy: Tim Murphy is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Environment and Development and expects to graduate in the Spring of 2003 at which time he will become an official vagrant, wandering the countryside atop his sturdy bicycle in search of idyllic landscapes, tasty foods and down-to-earth good people. Tim welcomes all suggestions as to where such things might best be found.
Stefan Piech: Stefan Piech is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Environment and Development through McGill School of Environment. He is completing a Minor in Georgraphy and intends to do another Minor in economics and is expected to Graduate after the fall semester of 2003. His future intentions include law school and work in the field of international or environmental law.
Leah Tivoli: Leah Tivoli, B.Sc. in Ecological Determinants of Human Health, is completing her degree in the McGill School of environment. She is considering a number of options, those including women's health and the Environment to starting a vegetarian restaurant. She will hopefully graduate in the fall of 2003.
Phelps Turner: Phelps Turner is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Environment and Development through the McGill School of Environment. He has already completed a Minor in History and is expected to graduate in June, 2003. His future intentions include graduate school and work in the field of environmental economics.
Prof. George McCourt: Prof. McCourt is a lecturer in both the Department of Natural Resource Sciences and the McGill School of Environment. His areas of interest include palynology, paleo-environmental and paleo-climatic reconstructions, surficial geology, soil mineralogy, long-term carbon cycling and new technologies dealing with new and existing energy sources. Prof. McCourt's undergraduate training was in Geology at the University of Alberta. In addition, he received graduate degrees in Geology (University of Alberta) and Natural Resource Sciences (McGill). His work experience includes seven years with Shell Canada as an exploration geologist, one year as a geological consultant for an archaeological excavation in Jordan, and extensive geological field work in the Yukon and the North West Territories.
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