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AWWA ACE conference.NSERC Chair RenewalSTEWARD SymposiumWater Studies student gets publishedCWRS wins 2014 AWWA Distribution & Plant Operations Division Best Paper Award!Dr. Gagnon appointed as one of nine expert panelists in Hydraulic Fracturing PanelSTEWARD - Accepting applicationsPhD defence todayDistribution Systems SymposiumHalifax Water Lead Sampling CampaignMike Chaulk - Young Engineer 2012Water Studies at ACWWAWater Studies takes on CWWACanadian Rural Health Research ConferenceCongratulations to Sarah Jane Payne!Water Studies takes home two poster awards!Water Research Symposium CWRS going NorthUpdate on Small Systems Research in AlbertaSource to Tap: Water Safety Plans and What it Could Mean for Canada’s Small SystemsCWRS 2nd place in Poster CompetitionCWRS - Award Winning Research!Northern Water Research VideoDr. Bill Hargrave Guest LectureDr. Gagnon on CBC News tonight!Tour of a Water Treatment PlantLead Service Line Replacement QuestionnaireSummer Defence Line Up!CWRS Northern Research Highlighted!Congratulations Dr. Gagnon!CWRS research is featured in two plain language CWN ReportsConvocation Day!STEWARD students back in town!Dr. Graham Gagnon - 2018 Discovery AwardsDr. Gagnon has been appointed to the "Round Table of Environment and Sustainable ProsperityNew CWRS publicationsNew CWRS publicationsNew CWRS Article from Ben Trueman, PDFCWRS at WeftecCWRS at ACWWA CWRS at WQTCStudents have article publishedSummer 2016 NSERC USRA'sDr. Graham Gagnon Reception- June 27, 2018Graham Gagnon Research Group Meeting with presentations from Summer 2018 Co-ops and a Mitacs Intern.

Graham Gagnon - Faculty


Dr. Gagnon is Associate Vice-President Research and the NSERC/Halifax Water Industrial Research Chair (IRC) in Water Quality and Treatment; as well as the Director of the Centre for Water Resources Studies at Dalhousie University. Since being hired in 1998, Dr. Gagnon has generated over $38-M in research funding related to water research priorities at Dalhousie.  Dr. Gagnon has trained 25 PhD students and 67 Masters students at Dalhousie many of whom hold progressive careers across the environmental industry. Dr. Gagnon has held a number of board and committee appointments through his career with non-for-profit agencies – such as the American Water Works Association; government committees – such as the Ministers Roundtable on the Environment and Sustainability; technical committees – such as the Expert Panel on Hydraulic Fracturing in Nova Scotia; and professional groups – such as the Awards Committee for Engineers Nova Scotia.  Over the past 10-years, Dr. Gagnon has also dedicated significant professional time working with Elders, Chiefs and water operators across indigenous communities in the Atlantic Region to establish the Atlantic First Nations Water Authority.  

 

HQP List Fall 2020

 

 

Name

Position

Contact

Co-Supervisor

Ana Luisa Parra

Post Doctoral Fellow

water@dal.ca

 

Anita Taylor

MASc 

water@dal.ca

 

Benjamin Trueman

Post Doctoral Fellow

water@dal.ca

 

Bofu Li

PhD

water@dal.ca

 

Clarke Brown

MASc

water@dal.ca

 

Crystal Sweeney

Post Doctoral Fellow

water@dal.ca

 

David Shoults

PhD

water@dal.ca

Amina Stoddart

Emalie Hayes

MASc

water@dal.ca

 

Evelyne Dore

Post Doctoral Fellow

water@dal.ca

 

Heather McGuire

MASc

water@dal.ca

 

Isobel DeMont

PhD

water@dal.ca

Amina Stoddart

Javier Locsin

PhD

water@dal.ca

 

Jessica Bennett

PhD

water@dal.ca

 

Kalli Hood

PhD

water@dal.ca

 

Ke (Jacquie) Jia

MASc

water@dal.ca

 

Kyle Rauch

PhD

water@dal.ca

Amina Stoddart

Lindsay Anderson

PhD

water@dal.ca

 

Martin Earle

PhD

water@dal.ca

Amina Stoddart

Megan Fuller

MREM

water@dal.ca

 

Nicole Allward

PhD

water@dal.ca

 

Paul Bjorndahl

PhD

water@dal.ca

 

Ryan Swinamer

MASc

water@dal.ca

 

Sarah Roberge

MASc

water@dal.ca

 

Sean MacIsaac

PhD

water@dal.ca

 

Shujie Fu

MASc

water@dal.ca

 

Theresa Afi

MASc

water@dal.ca

 

Toni Stanhope

MASc

water@dal.ca

Amina Stoddart

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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