Graduate Student Team

Current Team

Grad Maggie BAin   Bain, Maggie   Research interests: Food insecurity, consumer behaviour change, community engagement, accessibility. [MA in progress]
Grad Chloe Alexander   Alexander, Chloe   Food waste governance. [PhD in progress]
  Wittmer, Josie   Waste, waste work, health, gender, and urban change in India. [PhD in progress]

Former Team

Keefe, Jude   Food waste as a neighbour of food insecurity, considering a circular agricultural economy in Annapolis County, Nova Scotia. [MA 2020]
Vander Vennen,
  Food waste and food rescue/reclamation in Ontario.  [MA 2020]
  Beyond Bounce Back: A Healing Justice and Trauma-Informed Approach to Urban Climate Resilience [PhD 2020]
Kinach, Lesia   Investigating the role of Ontario’s Food Donation Tax Credit for Farmers in addressing food loss and food insecurity, with a specific focus on donations of fresh produce. [MA 2018]
Millar, Shannon   Investigate the use of reclaimed food waste for food justice activities in Vancouver, BC. [MA 2018]
Regan, Jaida   Investigating Food Waste on Canadian University Campuses. [MA 2018]
DeLorenzo, Amy   Closing the Loop, or Running in Circles? Implementing a Circular Economy in Ontario. [MA 2017]
Fraser, Carly   Pictures and perceptions of household food waste in Guelph, Ontario. [MA 2017]
Van Bemmel, Alexis   Wasting Food is Rubbish: Barriers and Opportunities for Food Waste Diversion in Guelph, Ontario [MA 2016]
Szöke, Teréz   Investigating the Geographies of Community based Public Art and Gentrification in Downtown Eastside Vancouver. [MA 2015]
Stemshorn, Kimberley   Understanding urban waste management through ethics, stigma and consumer responsibility. [MA 2014]
Wittmer, Josie   Environmental governance, urban change, and health: An investigation of informal recyclers’ perspectives on well-being in Vancouver, BC [MA 2014]