Jeanette Ireland, PhD Cand.BCS 321
Jeanette Ireland has been teaching for a very long time, most of it in the Eastern Arctic regions of Canada. She received her initial training and experience in Scotland before immigrating to Northern Ontario; and from there, after five years teaching K-3 to the Keewatin region and eventually all levels, K-12 before taking on the role of a consultant for bilingual programs throughout the Baffin Region. Her work there included the development of culturally relevant curricula as well as first language, Inuktitut, teaching and learning materials to support curriculum implementation. It was there that she developed her interest in oral history and cultural knowledge and subsequently, the documentation of social and material change through the lives and stories of people who lived through those changes. This collection comprised the primary data for her graduate studies and continues to fuel her research interests in the analysis of oral discourse and performance.
Since coming to St. Mary’s, she has taught courses in the Halifax Inter-University Linguistics Program, in Anthropology and in Women’s Studies. In each of these classes she has been able to include sections which focus on the issues as they relate to the circumpolar world and to the crucial need of Northerners to have their voices heard globally. She is a PhD candidate (Birmingham), Lecturer: Discourse analysis; Inuit oral traditions; translation; oracy and performance; literacy; sociolinguistics; language planning; language issues in education; circumpolar languages and cultures.
St. Mary’s University
Dept of Anthropology
923 Robie Street
Halifax, NS, B3H 3C3
Tel: +1 902 420 5629
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgHayley Hesseln, PhDBCS 331
In July 2008, Hayley Hesseln assumed the position of Dean of Undergraduate Studies at the University of the Arctic (UArctic) hosted by the University of Saskatchewan. She had previously been the Director for the Centre for Studies in Agriculture, Law and the Environment at the University of Saskatchewan, from 2006 to 2008, and is currently also an associate professor in the Department of Bioresources, Policy, Business and Economics, where she is a professor of natural resource economics.
In addition to her administrative duties, as a trained forest economist Hayley teaches land and environmental economics and conducts research on issues related to forestry. She has done research on the economics of wildfire and fuels management including an examination of the costs of fuels treatments, such as prescribed burning and mechanical fuels reduction. In addition, she has explored the impacts of wildfire in the wildland urban interface, wildland fire policy, and the effects of GIS on suppression expenditures. Her current research interests include the effects of change on the boreal forest and property rights regimes associated with natural resources across the circumpolar north. Her publications include a co-authored forest economics textbook, Principles of Forest and Environmental Economics, and journal articles related to forestry.
Hayley was born in Uranium City, Saskatchewan, Canada, and holds a bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Saskatchewan (1991) and PhD from Colorado State University (1997).
Hayley Hesseln, Dean
University of the Arctic
at University of Saskatchewan
234 Kirk Hall, 117 Science Place
Saskatoon, SK S7N 5C8
Tel: +1 306 966 8407
Fax: +1 306 966 1220
Email: email@example.comEmmy S. Neuls, MA BCS 331
Emmy S. Neuls is the Program Officer for the University of the Arctic Office of Undergraduate Studies. She leads the project management of the development and maintenance of UArctic courses, including the Core Course Revisions, and online course development of the Aboriginal Public Administration, Adaptation to Arctic Climate Change, Environmental Impact Assessment, and Northern Governance and Policy. She is also responsible for the North American local delivery and implementation of Circumpolar Studies. From December 2006 to January 2009, Emmy worked as the Program Assistant for the UArctic Office of Undergraduate Studies. While in this position, she assisted with the planning and organization of the Core Courses Revision Meetings and attended meetings in Saskatoon, Bodø, and Amsterdam.
She is originally from a small island on the Norwegian West coast called, Svanøy, but has been living in Saskatoon for the last 8 years. She finished her BA in International State Cooperation and Conflict in 2006, and is currently finishing up her Masters in Political Studies, focusing on International Law and Organizations.
Emmy Stavøstrand Neuls
University of the Arctic
Office of Undergraduate Studies
236 Kirk Hall, 117 Science Place
Saskatoon, SK S7N 5C8
Tel +1 306 966 1605
Fax +1 306 966 1220
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