Academic Co-Lead, Student Pathways for Community Impacts Working Group
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“My teaching philosophy is simple: put the needs of learners first.” – Stephen Hill
Stephen is a strong believer in education. Through education, thoughtfulness and reflection, Stephen aims to help those he teaches realize their greatest potential. Born and raised in Ontario, Stephen is now an associate professor of environmental and resource studies at Trent University, where his work involves understanding policies and actions for preventing climate change. He won the T.H.B. Symons Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2011, and he organizes the Trent Temagami Colloquium, a long-standing tradition that seeks to examine and experience people’s understanding of the land with a focus on the study of Canadian, environmental, and Indigenous issues, through hiking, canoeing and expeditions in Wanapitei.
Stephen is the academic co-lead for CFICE’s Student Pathways for Community Impacts Working Group.
Areas of Interest: Environmental sustainability, education, environmental and resource studies, climate change, Trent Temagami Colluquium, Indigenous issues