My administrative competencies and service capabilities
High-Level Plenaries on Cotton and Food Security
I have developed my skills as a moderator since the Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO) asked me to moderate a plenary session that featured four trade ministers and several heads of international organizations. I have also moderated a high-powered plenary on climate smart agriculture and food security in Africa. And I continue to chair sessions at academic workshops and conferences, and often serve as a discussant on panels that fall into my areas of research.
Scientific African and Canadian Journal of Development Studies
I am a co-editor of the Social Sciences and Policy Section of the new open access journal Scientific African, a partnership between Elsevier and the Next Einstein Forum (NEF). I also serve on the editorial board of the Canadian Journal of Development Studies. Beyond academic journals, I serve on the Scientific Program Committee of the Next Einstein Forum. In that capacity I contribute to setting the agenda of the movement that aims to advance science for Africa’s sustainable development.
International Development Studies, University of Guelph
As the graduate coordinator of Guelph’s collaborative International Development Studies (IDS) program, I help students from nineteen different Master’s programs spread across each of Guelph’s seven colleges to navigate their program requirements and engage with the IDS program. I also help to direct PhD students in each of the twelve doctoral programs that collaborate with IDS at Guelph, and serve on numerous advisory committees for students in a range of programs including engineering and rural studies.
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