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Oriana Nanoa

Oriana Nanoa

About Oriana Nanoa How would you describe your years at FES, and did the program prepare you for your career? How? My undergraduate studies at FES was truly a time of immense personal and academic growth, and an expansion of knowledge on the global environment. When I first joined the program, I didn’t really know what

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Edith Barabash

Edith Barabash

About Edith Barabash How would you describe your years at FES, and did the program prepare you for your career? How? The BES program’s interdisciplinary nature gave me a chance to explore how so many fields related to the environment, so I really got to try out a variety of subjects before narrowing in on

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Carolyn Scotchmer

Carolyn Scotchmer

About Carolyn Scotchmer How would you describe your years at FES, and did the program prepare you for your career? How? The MES program really gave me the flexibility to create a program of study that filled the gaps in my experience and built the foundation for my career. Coming out of a BSc in

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Michael Charendoff

Michael Charendoff

About Michael Charendoff How would you describe your years at FES, and did the program prepare you for your career? How? My time with FES was inspiring, thought-provoking and thoroughly enjoyable! The MES program at FES prepared me for my career by emphasizing the importance and effectiveness of cultivating creativity, embracing multi-disciplinary perspectives, and applying

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Fariha Abedin

Fariha Abedin

About Fariha Abedin Graduate Fariha Abedin (BES 2012), began developing her professional experience during her time at the Faculty of Environmental Studies (FES) where she coupled experiential education opportunities with the interdisciplinary curriculum at the Faculty. Fariha completed her Bachelor of Environmental Studies degree at York University and went on to pursue a Master’s degree

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Vero Diaz

Vero Diaz

About Vero Diaz Vero Diaz proudly developed her network while at EUC with the support of committed professors. Vero joined the FES community in 2013, after a friend recommended the program. While in the program, she wanted to focus on decolonial arts, and develop her network with arts communities within Toronto and Latin America. When

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Jeff Kenny

Jeff Kenny

About Jeff Kenny What is it about planning that you love? The  permanence  of the work as it relates to community building is what I enjoy most about planning.  We spend years developing plans and ferrying them through incremental development approval processes which is at the best of times, tedious and frustrating.  We spend years

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James Marzotto

James Marzotto

About James Marzotto In his grade 12 World Issues class, James Marzotto was inspired by his teacher to not only discuss global problems but to, take action. As a result, he decided to research post-secondary opportunities that would provide him with just that.   During his search, Marzotto stumbled across the Bachelor in Environmental Studies program

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Azam Khatam

Azam Khatam

About Azam Khatam Azam is a Research Affiliate at the City Institute and an Instructor at the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies York University. She worked as a professional urban planner for fifteen years before she started her doctoral program. She received her PhD in June 2016 studying the convergence of developmentalism, worlding

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Edith Steiner

Edith Steiner

About Edith Steiner Since completing her doctorate, Edie Steiner has presented her research and media at conferences including How Class Works at the Centre for Study of Working Class Life, SUNY Stony Brook, 2016, and at Rust/Recovery: Works of Resistance, the 2017 conference of the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment (ASLE), Wayne

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