Associate Faculty

The School of Environment and Sustainability enthusiastically welcomes experts to join us in building a diverse and engaged faculty that will help the School to meet its objectives and that will enhance student opportunities and experiences. In return, the School aims to provide opportunities to all associate and adjunct faculty to enhance their research and professional activities.

Associate Members hold appointments in other units at the University of Saskatchewan. If you are interested in becoming an Associate Member of SENS, please contact jennifer.milburn@usask.ca for information on how to apply.

Picture of  Angela  Bedard-Haughn

Angela Bedard-Haughn Dean and Professor, College of Agriculture and Bioresources

Research keywords: Applied pedology; soils and global change; wetland soils


Picture of  Ken  Belcher

Ken Belcher Professor, College of Agriculture and Bioresources

Research keywords: Ecological economics: resource and environmental economics; environmental policy; wetland and wildlife conservation policy


Picture of  Martin Boucher

Martin Boucher PhD, MA, BSc Faculty Lecturer, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy

Research keywords: cities and climate change; sustainability transitions; energy sustainability, including Northern energy transitions; public policy and decentralized energy; energy justice


Picture of  Ajay Dalai

Ajay Dalai Distinguished Professor and Canada Research Chair in Bioenergy and Environmental Friendly Chemical Processes, College of Engineering, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering

Chemical reaction design; Heterogeneous catalysis; Biomass and bioenergy; Petroleum processing; Sustainable energy


Picture of  Rachel Engler-Stringer

Rachel Engler-Stringer Associate Professor, Community Health and Epidemiology, College of Medicine

Research keywords: Food systems; community food security; health promotion


Picture of  Colin Laroque

Colin Laroque PhD, PAg Professor, Soil Science, College of Agriculture and Bioresources

Research Keywords: Past and future climates in Canada; Dendrology and dendrochronology; Dendroarchaeology; Dendrochemical investigations


Picture of  Kerry McPhedran

Kerry McPhedran Centennial Enhancement Chair & Associate Professor, Civil, Geological and Environmental Engineering

Research keywords: Indigenous water and environmental-related projects; municipal and environmental engineering, including municipal wastewater; partitioning to organic matter; recreational water quality; and stormwater runoff


Picture of  Christy Morrissey

Christy Morrissey PhD Professor, Department of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences

Research Keywords: Avian and aquatic ecotoxicology; Pesticides; Bird migration; Conservation; Agroecosystems


Picture of Benjamin Ralston

Benjamin Ralston BA, JD, LLM Assistant Professor, College of Law

Research keywords: Aboriginal rights; Administrative law; Canadian constitutional law; Environmental and natural resource law; Human rights law


Picture of  Jeremy  Rayner

Jeremy Rayner Professor, Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy

Research keywords: Policy analysis, resource policy, energy policy, multi-level governance, public engagement


Picture of  Jafar Soltan

Jafar Soltan Professor, College of Engineering

Research keywords: Environmental engineering; environmental catalysis; treatment of polluted air; treatment of emerging pollutants in water; wastewater treatment


Picture of  Susann Tegtmeier

Susann Tegtmeier Dr. rer.nat Assistant Professor, Physics & Engineering Physics

Research Keywords: Chemistry-climate interactions; Tropospheric pollution; Impact of oceanic trace gases on the atmosphere; Stratospheric dynamics


Picture of  Ryan Walker

Ryan Walker PhD, RPP, MCIP Professor, Geography and Planning | Associate Dean, College of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies

Research keywords: City planning; urban geography; urban design; Indigenous urbanism; public space


Picture of  Andrew Watson

Andrew Watson Assistant Professor, Department of History

Assistant Professor, History, College of Arts and Science