Teaching staff

The MSc in Environment & Development is taught by a number of academic staff and professional experts who work on research and professional projects related to environment and development issues, in particular on topics related to developing country challenges. The School of GeoSciences has current and recently hired academics who may contribute to this MSc.

Contributors include:

Dr. Antonio Ioris

MSc E&D Programme Director, Lecturer in Environment and Society.

Dr. Kanchana Ruwanpura

MSc E&D Deputy Programme Director.

Dr. Samantha Staddon

Teaching Fellow in the School of GeoSciences.

New GeoSciences staff starting in the human geography, environment and development contexts in 2013-14

  • Dr. Rowan Ellis
  • Dr. Julie Cupples
  • Dr. Caleb Johnston

Additional Teaching Staff

To view the teaching areas and research interests of staff who teach the elective courses, please visit the relevant course page.

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