Overall Rating Silver - expired
Overall Score 58.86
Liaison Jonathan Rausseo
Submission Date April 10, 2013
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University of Ottawa
ER-16: Faculty Engaged in Sustainability Research

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 2.09 / 10.00 Jonathan Rausseo
campus sustainability manager
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The number of faculty members engaged in sustainability research:

The total number of faculty members engaged in research:

Names and department affiliations of faculty engaged in sustainability research:
Social Sciences Graduate School and International Affairs Miles Corak - Socio-Economic Isabelle Engeli – Gender Policy Ross Finnie – Socio-Economic Alexandra Gheciu - Sustainable Peacekeeping Luc Juillet – Environmental Policy Patti Tamara Lenard – Global justice & Socio-Political Theory Geranda Notten – Socio Economic Theory Ravi Pendakur - Socio-Economic Diversity David Petrasek –Human Rights & Economics Nicholas Rivers - Climate Change & Environmental Economics Barry Stemshorn - Agriculture & Animal health Christine Straehle – Gender & global justice Gilles Paquet - Cultural Economics and Smart Growth Criminology Michael Kempa – Social & Political Economic Theory Ross Hastings - Crime Prevention Jean-Francois Cauchie - Human Rights and Penal Justice Holly Johnson - Feminist and Gender theory Dominique Robert - Health and Justice Jon Frauley - Cultural Criminology Economics Ronald G. Bodkin – Economics of Gender Yazid Dissou – Environmental & Economic Policy Anthony Heyes – Environmental Economics & Policy Louis Hotte – Natural Resource & Development Economics Nguyen V. Quyen – Economics of Natural Resources Brandon Schaufele – Environmental and Resource Economics & Agricultural Risk Management Policy M Leslie Shiell - Environmental Economics Women’s Studies Andrea Martinez – Gender and Development Mythili Rajiva- Social and Feminist Theory & Critical Race and Post-Colonial Theory Corrie Scott – Critical Race Theory Denise L Spitzer - Community Based Research Shoshana Magnet - Cultural Studies Katheryn Trevenen- Feminist and Queer Theory & Human Rights School of International Development and Globalization Marie-Josée Massicotte – Feminist Political Ecology, Food Politics & Agricultural Trade Politics Joshua Ramisch - Natural Resource Management Paul Alexander Haslam - Corporate Social Responsibility Stephen Baranyi - Gender Equality Philippe Reginer - Sustainable Development School of Political Studies Eric Champagne - Sustainable Transportation Policies Matthew Paterson - Global Environmental Governance Jacqueline Best - Cultural Political Economy Sylvie Paquerot - Sustainable Development Caroline Andrew - Management of Diversity & Women and Politics Claire Turenne-Sjolander – Gender & International Political Economy Department of Sociology and Anthropology Ann Denis- Women and Globalization & Development Ari Edward Gandsman - Social Movements and Human Rights Louise Bouchard - Socio-Sanitary Systems Pierre-Marc Gosselin – Ecoconception & Sustainable Development Raymond Murphy – Environmental Sociology Deborah Sick - Political Ecology and Water Resources (fair trade) Nathan Young - Natural Resources Vincent Mirza - Work, Gender, Identity Kathleen Rodgers - Environmentalism, Human Rights Willow Scobie - Social Change Karine Vanthuyne - Transformation Justice and Human Rights Josee Makropoulos - Immigration, Diversity, Multiculturalism Victor Da Rosa - Ethnic Relations Marie-Blanche Tahon - Social Gender Maurice Levesque - Health Sociology Linda Pietrantonio - Ethnic relations, Equality School of Social Work Cecile Coderre - Social Policies for Families Neree St-Amand - Community Service Learning Stephanie Garneau - Social Inequalities Lilian Negura - Health and Work SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY Luc Pelletier – Environmental motivation ARTS Communications Lise Boily - Culture and Gender Peruvemba Jaya S - Gender Diversity and Multiculturalism Rocci Luppicini - Social Systems Theory Rukhsana Ahmed - Multicultural Media Rights & Gender Communication and Development Aliaa Dakroury - Social Justice and Cultural English Anne Raine – Literature and the Environment Geography Kenza Benali - Smart Growth, Sustainable Communities & Environmental Injustice Luke Copland - Climate Change Eric Crighton - Environment and Health Denis Lacelle- Climate Change Luisa Veronis – Environmental Migration Antoni Lewkowicz - Climate Change Brian K Ray - Immigrant Integration and Social Communities Marc Saner - Environmental Ethics Andre Viau - Climate Change Sonia Wesche –Environmental Change & Food Security Michelle Driedger - Environment and Health Geography Sharon Smith - Climate Change History Alberto G. Flórez-Malagón –Environmental History Philosophy Denis Dumas – Environmental Philosophy Daniel Kofman – Environmental Ethics Theatre Alvina Ruprecht- Post-Colonial and Intercultural Theory Visual Arts Christine Major - Man Made Environments EDUCATION Cristelle Audet - Social Justice Nathalie Belanger - Social Justice Sharon Anne Cook - Gender justice Phyllis Dally - Equity Liliane Dionne - Environment and Health Barbara Graves- Societal and Cultural Theory Awad Ibrahim - Cultural Studies Richard Maclure - Social Capital Diana Masny – Gender, Social Justice and Equity Lorna R Maclean - Human Rights and Gender Cameron Montgomery – Gender, Equity, Social Justice Donatille Mujawamariya – Gender, Social Justice and Equity Nicholas Ng-A-Fook -Cultural Studies Patricia Palulis - Eco-literacy Giuliano Reis - Environmental Education Timothy J. Stanley- Gender, Equity and Social Justice Mariette Theberge - Cultural Identity TELFER School of Management Marketing Leila Hamzaoui - Green Consumerism Judith Madill - Responsible Investing Management Daniel Lane – Environmental Resource Management Barbara Orser - Socially Managed Enterprises André Potworowski - Environmental Policies Allan Riding - Socially Managed Enterprises Jeffery Sidney - Fisheries and Aquaculture Management Martine Spence - Sustainable Entrepreneurship David Wright - Climate Change Mitigation Accounting Daniel Zéghal – Environmental Management Reporting SCIENCE Biology Jules M. Blais – Environment & Geochemistry Laurie Chan – Environmental Health Christiane Charest - Plant Research & Sustainable Development Rees Kassen - Biodiversity David Currie - Biodiversity C. Scott Findlay - Ecosystem Management Jeremy Kerr - Global Change Thomas Moon - Environmental Change Antoine Morin - Water and Land use Frances Pick - Ecology Jaroslav Picman - Ecology Alexandre Poulain - Biogeochemistry, Forests Vance Trudeau - Pesticides Bernard Philogene - Ecology, Pesticides Paul White - Organic Polutants Konrad Gajewski - Global Change Jon Houseman - Nature deficit disorder Chemistry Tom Baker - efficient energy catalysis Javier Georgi - fuel cell optimization Abdelhamid Sayari - GHG mitigation Alex Fallis - Solar cells Earth Science Ian Clark - ground water contamination Glenn Milne - Climate change Michel Robin - groundwater vulnerability Mathematics and Statistics Mayer Alvo - environmental statistics Frithjof Lutscher - biological and ecological systems Physics Karen Hinzer - Photovoltaics ENGINEERING Chemical and Biological Engineering Elena Baranova - Catalytic Reactions for Environmental Protection Marc Dubé - Biofuels Kevin Kennedy - Waste Water Treatment Kathlyn Kirkwood - Biofuels Christopher Lan - CO2 Mitigation F. Handan Tezel - Environmental Engineering Andre Tremblay - Biofuels Jason Zhang - Pollution Control Civil Engineering Robert Delatolla - Water Treatment Ahmad Jrade - Sustainable Infrastructure and Buildings Roberto Narbaitz - Waste Water Treatment Ioan Nistor - Dam Engineering Colin Rennie - Water Resources Engineering Ousmane Seidou - Climate Change Sai Vanapalli - Soil Cover, Geo-Technical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Claude Laguë - Manure Management Systems Electrical Engineering Riadh Habash - Green Engineering Trevor J Hall - Photovoltaics COMMON LAW Jennie Abell - Feminism and Justice Will Amos - Environmental Law Clinic Amir Attaran - Human Wellbeing and Human Rights Jane Bailey - Freedom of Speech and Expression Jamie Benidickson - Environmental Law Nathalie Chalifour - Environmental Law Lynda M Collins - Environmental Law Ravi Malhotra – Labour, Disability and Human Rights Joanne St.Lewis – Critical Race and Feminist Legal Theory Stewart Elgie - Environmental Law Yves Le Bouthillier - Environmental Law Heather McLeod-Kilmurray - Environmental Law Don McRae - Environmental Law David Wiseman –Social and Economic Human Rights Bradford W Morse - Environmental Law HEALTH SCIENCES Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences Sanni Yaya - Health Economics and Development Ivy Lynn Bourgeault - Population Health Improvement James Gomes - Environmental and Occupational health Dia Sanou - Nutritional Programming in International Health School of Human Kinetics Alexandra Arellano - Cultural and Social Transformations Christine Dallaire - Minority and Cultural Studies Francois Haman - Environmental Medicine Paul Heintzman - Environmental Ethics and Education George Karlis - Ethnicity and Cultural Identity

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Brief descriptions of up to 4 recent notable accomplishments by faculty engaged in sustainability research, including names and department affiliations:
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Data source(s) and notes about the submission:
TOTAL REGULAR PROFESSORS = 1,268 OTHER PROFESSORS Faculty in university-affiliated institutions = 2,120 Visiting professors = 56 Research fellows 55

TOTAL REGULAR PROFESSORS = 1,268

OTHER PROFESSORS
Faculty in university-affiliated institutions = 2,120
Visiting professors = 56
Research fellows 55

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