Author Archives: liamaria

Tebogo (Tebby) Leepile Wins People’s Choice Award in 3MT!

Congratulations to Tebogo (Tebby) Leepile on winning the People’s Choice Award in yesterday’s Western Regional round of the Three Minute Thesis competition! Thank you to the many students, faculty and staff who came out to support and vote for her. Tebogo is a PhD candidate in the Integrated Studies in Land and Food Systems program (supervisors: Dr Eduardo Jovel & Dr Crystal Karakochuk).

Tebogo also received media coverage in Mmegi online on May 12 regarding the 3MT competition.

Great job Tebby!!! We are very proud of you!

Kind regards,

Lia Maria

 

Lia Maria DRAGAN (She, Her, Hers)

Admissions & Administrative Coordinator
Faculty of Land and Food Systems


University of British Columbia /
Vancouver Campus /Musqueam Traditional Territory
#291 – 2357 Main Mall, Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4
Tel.: (604) 822-8373

lia.maria@ubc.ca

www.landfood.ubc.ca/graduate/

LFS Partnered Event – June 8 – to share with students

Karen and I are sharing this event with you (this is going on LFS Today, LFS social media etc), but please share on any student newsletters and student-led social media (and your networks).

https://www.alumni.ubc.ca/event/our-animal-friends-caring-for-yourself-and-the-animals-in-your-life/

FYI: This event and  UBCPride event (June 22) is being sent out to all LFS alumni eblast.

Thanks,

Niki

Niki Glenning

(Pronouns: She/Her/Hers)
Alumni Relations Manager

Faculty of Land and Food Systems

The University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus | xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Territory

Phone: Cell 604 561 0504 | Fax 604 822 6394

Email:niki.glenning@ubc.ca

@ubclfs www.facebook.com/ubcLFS

Thesis Defense – Applied Animal Biology – MSc – Nadia Xenakis

UBC – Faculty of Land and Food Systems Announces The Oral Examination for the Degree of  Master of Science – Applied Animal Biology (AABI)

Nadia Konstantina Xenakis

“Humane pigeon population management using avian contraceptive OvoControl P at TransLink Skytrain stations in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada”

2:00 PM on Thursday, May 27, 2021

Virtually

EXAMINING COMMITTEE

Chair: Dr. D. Fraser

Supervisory Committee:
Dr. R. Cerri – Supervisor
Dr. S. Dubois – Committee member
Dr. A. Protopopova – Committee member
Dr. K. Walker – Committee member

Defense Committee Composition
Dr. R. Cerri – Supervisor
Dr. S. Dubois – Committee member
Dr. A. Protopopova – Committee member
Dr. K. Walker – Committee member
Dr. S. Magliocco – External

 

ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS: Assistant Professor in Weed Biology and Integrated Weed Management – McGill University

Applications are being accepted for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Weed Biology and Integrated Weed Management position in the Department of Plant Science, Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at McGill University. 

Advertisement (ENG) – 18048A-180712 – Assistant Professor in Weed Biology and Integrated Weed Management

The application deadline is July 31, 2021 or until the position is filled.

Thank you for your assistance. 

Best regards,

 

Department of Plant Science

Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

McGill University

University of Victoria – Gustavson PhD program in International Management and Organization

The Gustavson School of Business at the University of Victoria is accepting applications for our PhD Program in International Management and Organization. We hope that you will pass along the attached poster to students in your departments who are interested in pursuing a research-focused PhD program upon the completion of their Masters level program. Our PhD program is designed to train those bound for academic careers in management and we welcome applications from students in a wide variety of disciplines.

At Gustavson, our school’s strategy supports and encourages research to be interdisciplinary, cross-disciplinary or multidisciplinary in nature. Our past/current students have backgrounds and experiences in the areas of Public Health, History, Anthropology, Development Studies, Environmental Studies, Public Administration, Indigenous Communities, International/Cultural Studies, as well as Business. These areas provide rich context and enhance the study of organizations and change. Aligned with UVic’s research strategic plans, we strive to conduct research that will make meaningful change and is impactful in today’s dynamic world.

Our PhD program focuses specifically on international business in the areas of organizational analysis and cross-cultural management, strategy, and business sustainability. Students enter our program as a cohort, take a set of 12 courses (including methods courses) in their first two years of their program that will set the foundation for their dissertation work in the last two years of the program. During the four years of the PhD program, students will actively engage in research and teaching experiences. Students can pursue both quantitative and qualitative research. All admitted students are provided with a competitive financial package to cover living expenses and tuition.

We have a very small and focused cohort of students who have, upon graduation, taken tenure track positions at leading universities around the world.

Our deadline is January 30, 2022 for September 2022 admissions, and I encourage interested students to contact Wendy Mah, our PhD Program Manager, at wendymah@uvic.ca early on in the process to discuss the program and application process. Also, if you are interested, we would also be pleased to give a presentation (Zoom) about our program to your group of interested students.

Thank you,

Roy Suddaby

Roy Suddaby

Associate Dean Research and Faculty Development

Peter B. Gustavson School of Business

University of Victoria