Student Involvement

Graduate and undergraduate students are important members of the MCRI research team. Students are directly involved with the MCRI through research and administrative positions, and are involved in knowledge dissemination through the various courses and workshops led by MCRI researchers. Below is a list of student involvement including: courses, presentations, publications and media.(* Indicates student participants)

Courses

Students at the Critical Urban Planning Workshop in Montpellier, France (2012)

Graduate:

Ute Lehrer. (October 2016). ENVS 6325 Critical Planning Workshop. (Johannesburg, South Africa) Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.

Ute Lehrer, Fulong Wu, Jie Shen. (May 2015). ENVS 6325 Critical Planning Workshop. (Shanghai, China) Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.

Harris, R. (2011). GEO 723- Urban Social Geography.  School of Geography and Earth Sciences, McMaster University.

Lehrer, U., Young, D., & Poppe, W. (2011). ENVS 6325 - Critical Urban Planning Workshop (Leipzig and Berlin, Germany). Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.

This course included follow-up presentations given by the participants to students in ENVS 5100- Interdisciplinary Research in   Environmental Studies (Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University) and ENVS 5121- Introduction to Planning (Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University) . The students in the course also gave a presentation to the City of Toronto Affordable Housing Committee.

Moos, M. (2012). PLAN 675- Canadian Suburbanisms: Working Paper Series Reading Course. School of Planning, Waterloo University.

Lehrer, U.,  Gilbert, L. and Tchoukaleyska, R. (October 2012). ENVS 6325 – Critical Urban Planning Workshop (Montpellier, France). Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University. (This course included a follow-up presentation given by the participants to students in ENVS 5100- Interdisciplinary Research in   Environmental Studies (Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University).

Students in the Critical Urban Planning Workshop with Ute Lehrer, Douglas Young and Will Poppe in Halle, Germany (2011).

Undergraduate:

Roger Keil and Pierre Filion. (June 2015). ENVS 3222 Urban and Regional Infrastructures: A Critical Introduction. (Waterloo, Ontario). Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.

Roger Keil (2013). ENVS 3222 Urban and Regional Infrastructures: A Critical Introduction. (Vancouver, British Columbia). Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.

Richard Harris. (2013-14, 2014-15, and 2016-17). GEOG 3UW3. Cities in the Developing World. Third-year undergraduate course. McMaster University.

Richard Harris. (2013-14). GEOG 3UW3. Cities in the Developing World. Third-year undergraduate course. McMaster University.

Moos, M. (2012). PLAN/GEOG 450- Changing form and structure of metropolitan Canada. School of Planning, Waterloo University

Wyly, E. (2012). GEOG 450- Urban Analysis. Department of Geography. University of British Columbia.

Keil, R. (2012). ES/ENVS 3222 3.0 Urban and Regional Infrastructures: A Critical Introduction (Montreal). Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.

Harris, R. (2011).  GEO 3UR3, Urban Social Geography. Department of Geography, McMaster University.

Keil, R. (2011). ES/ENVS 3222 3.0 Urban and Regional Infrastructures: A Critical Introduction (Winnipeg and Toronto). Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.

Keil, R. (2010). ES/ENVS 3222 3.0 Urban and Regional Infrastructures: A Critical Introduction. Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University.