Jeffery Ayres

Ayres is a professor of Political Science at Saint Michael's College. His areas of expertise include globalization, global and regional governance, international relations, social movements and contentious politics, as well as Canadian and North American politics. Learn more about Ayres

Pablo Bose

Associate Professor Pablo Bose is a member of the Department of Geography and the current Director of the Global and Regional Studies Program. Bose looks comparatively at the resettlement policies and practices in the US, Canada, and Scandinavia. Learn more about his research and background.

Leslie-Ann Dupigny-Giroux

Dupigny-Giroux is an applied climatologist, but her research includes hydroclimatic natural hazards and climate literacy as well as the use of remote sensing and GIS (Geographic Information Systems) in the fields of spatial climate and land-surface processes. She is the State Climatoligist in Vermont. Learn more about Dr. Dupigny-Giroux.

David Massell

David Massell, Director of the Canadian Studies Program, is professor in the History Department at UVM. His research concerns hydro policy in the province that produced Hydro-Quebec, as well as the integration of North American economies. Massell teaches courses on Canadian history, Canadian-American relations, environmental history, and North American Indians. Learn more about him.

Donna Ramirez-Harrington

Dr. Ramirez-Harrington is an Associate Professor in the Department of Economics at UVM. She has done extensive research on the Canadian Voluntary Climate Challange Program and Registry. Get a full list of her publications.

Shelly Rayback

Rayback is an Associate Professor in UVM's Department of Geography. Her main interests include the response of trees and shrubs to climate and other environmental changes across varying temporal and spatial scales. She offers a course in the Circumpolar Arctic, along with courses in Biogeography among other things. Learn more about Rayback, her interests, and her courses.

Ching Selao

Ching Selao is Associate Professor of French, specializing in Francophone and Quebec literatures. Selao teaches a course on Quebec Literature. Learn more about her.

Harvey Amani Whitfield

Harvey Amani Whitfield is a Professor of US and Canadian history, focusing primarily on slavery. His books include Blacks on the Border: The Black Refugees in British North America, 1815-1860, North to Bondage: Loyalist Slavery in the Maritimes, and Black Slavery in the Maritimes: A History in Documents. Get more information on Whitfield.