At Grenfell Campus, Memorial University, I teach courses on a range of topics in community planning, economic and cultural geography, and environmental assessment. I have taken the lead in developing City Studio Grenfell, an experiential learning program which sees community planning students create local projects in collaboration with municipal planners.
I supervise graduate students working on topics related to social justice, community planning, urban social policy, rural economic innovation, and other topics which examine the cultural facets of economic change.
Teaching in the news:
Bradshaw, D. (Host). (April 4, 2019). Grenfell students learn about urban planning in ‘City Studio’ program (Television Broadcast). St. John’s, NL: NTV. Available at: http://ntv.ca/grenfell-students-learn-about-urban-planning-in-city-studio-program/
Benoit, L. (Host). (October 15, 2018). City Studio and ACE-Space. West Coast Breakfast Show (Radio Broadcast). Corner Brook, NL: 570VOCM
Kean, G. (November 30, 2017). ‘Engaging ideas: Grenfell Campus geography students propose ways to enhance Corner Brook’s waterfront’. Western Star. Available at: https://www.pressreader.com/canada/the-western-star1948/20171130/281483571702695
Callahan, M. (December 7, 2016). ‘Downtown revitalization: City Studio students present public space ideas to City of Corner Brook’. Memorial University Gazette. Available at: https://gazette.mun.ca/public-engagement/downtown-revitalization/
Crocker, D. (December 2, 2016). ‘Grenfell geography students pitch their ideas for Corner Brook’s downtown’. Western Start. Available at: http://www.thewesternstar.com/news/local/2016/12/2/grenfell-geography-students-pitch-their-ideas-for-corner-brooks-.html