GIER News

Inside the quest to track one of humanity’s tiniest deadly predators

Inside the quest to track one of humanity’s tiniest deadly predators

Dr. Katie Clow's research is featured in the September-October issue of The Walrus. Katie Clow is a GIER Affiliate Member and Assistant Professor of One Health in the Department of Population Medicine at the Ontario Veterinary College. Her research focuses on the ecology and epidemiology of vectors and vector-borne zoonoses, with a specific emphasis on the blacklegged tick and Lyme disease.

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GIER to collaborate with the Conservation Through Reconciliation Partnership

GIER to collaborate with the Conservation Through Reconciliation Partnership

The Conservation Through Reconciliation Partnership (CRP) is a seven-year program of work that supports Indigenous-led conservation in Canada. Hosted by the IISAAK OLAM Foundation, the Indigenous Leadership Initiative, and the University of Guelph, the CRP weaves together Indigenous thought leaders, organizations, youth and Elders; emerging and established scholars; prominent conservation agencies and organizations; Indigenous Peoples and Nations; and knowledge mobilization specialists. 

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Our Newsletter is out!

Our Newsletter is out!

We are happy to announce that GIER's first quarterly Newsletter is out! We welcome you to check it out here. Our Newsletter features events, news on current interdisciplinary environmental research, science+arts projects, GIER-sponsored activities, and more!

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