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Jörg Broschek

2020-12-04T19:16:13-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Jörg Broschek is Canada Research Chair (Tier 2) in Comparative Federalism and Multilevel Governance and Associate Professor of Political Science at Wilfrid Laurier University. Coming to Canada from Germany […]

Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger

2020-12-04T19:16:54-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger is a Full Professor of Law at SEED in the Faculty of Environment, University of Waterloo, and International Advisor of the Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change (IC3).

Lorne Dawson

2020-12-04T19:17:33-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Lorne Dawson is a Professor in Sociology and Legal Studies at the University of Waterloo, and Director of the Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security, and Society.

Tim Elcombe

2020-12-04T19:17:58-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Tim Elcombe, Associate Professor and Acting Chair in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education at Wilfrid Laurier University, focuses through his teaching and research on the normative (ethical) intersections between sport and culture.

Stephen Evans

2020-12-04T19:19:36-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Evans is interested in the occurrence and behavior of catastrophic landslides, landslide dams, glacial hazards, tsunami and other natural disasters, hazard assessment (including magnitude and frequency) and risk analysis.

Kamiel S. Gabriel

2020-12-04T19:20:15-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Gabriel is the founding Associate provost, Research & Graduate Programs, and Professor of Engineering & Applied Sciences at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology.

Shohini Ghose

2020-12-04T19:20:52-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Ghose is a Professor of Physics and Computer Science and founding Director of the Centre for Women in Science at Wilfrid Laurier University.

Erin Hannah

2020-12-04T19:21:16-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Hannah is Associate Professor of Political Science at King’s University College at Western University. She specializes in global governance, trade, sustainable development, poverty and inequality, global civil society and EU trade politics.

Kimie Hara

2020-12-04T19:21:33-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Hara is a Professor, and the Renison Research Professor at the University of Waterloo, where she is also the Director of East Asian Studies at Renison University College.

Paul Heinbecker

2020-12-04T19:23:09-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Mr. Heinbecker is a CIGI Distinguished Fellow. He has held posts as ambassador to Germany, permanent representative to the United Nations and adviser to various prime ministers.

Keith Hipel

2020-12-04T19:23:19-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Hipel is University Professor of Systems Design Engineering at the University of Waterloo, where he is Coordinator of the Conflict Analysis Group.

Michael C. Howard

2020-12-04T19:23:46-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Howard is a Distinguished Professor Emeritus at the University of Waterloo. He researches and teaches in the areas of Economic Theory, Political Economy, and Intellectual History.

Craig R. Janes

2020-12-04T19:24:11-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Janes is the Director, School of Public Health and Health Systems, UWaterloo. His current research includes studying vulnerability to climate change among herding households in rural Mongolia, and the public health impact of global resource extraction activities.

Jennifer Liu

2020-12-04T19:26:44-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Liu, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology and the School of Public Health and Health Systems, University of Waterloo is examining the relationships between medicine, science, and issues of identity, bioethics, and democratic publics.

Randolph Mank

2020-12-04T19:26:55-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Randolph Mank is a global business executive and a three-time former Canadian ambassador in Asia, with over thirty years of experience in the region and around the world.

John McLevey

2020-12-04T19:27:21-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Dr. McLevey’s research centers on social networks and spans a range of subfields and specialties, including the sociology of knowledge, comparative science and health policy, and environmental sociology.

Mariam Mufti

2020-12-04T19:29:02-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Mufti is a comparative political scientist by training. She works on regime change and political participation in hybrid regimes.

Stephen Quilley

2020-12-04T19:29:39-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Quilley is Director of Development for the Waterloo Institute for Complexity and Innovation. One of his current projects is to develop a multi-criteria assessment of hedging and landscape innovation in the Ontario countryside.

Marc Saner

2020-12-04T19:30:42-05:00BSIA Fellows|

Dr. Saner is a Professor at the Department of Geography at the University of Ottawa. He works on the science policy interface, responsible innovation and the governance of emerging technologies.

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