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Distinguished Researcher

SENS Assistant Director, academic and Faculty Member Maureen Reed was recognized with the Distinguished Researcher Award at the Fall U of S Convocation Ceremony for her leadership and pioneering research.

Professor Maureen Reed has pioneered work on gender and forestry in the global north by incorporating feminist theory and gender-based analyses into studies of environmental governance in Canada. The assistant director, academic, in the School of Environment and Sustainability, Reed is internationally recognized for her work. She is now investigating how gender and culture affect the capacity of rural and Indigenous communities in Saskatchewan to respond to climate hazards. Reed previously received the U of S Distinguished Graduate Supervisor Award in 2015 and the YWCA Women of Distinction Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2016.
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