In this podcast we hear from Dr. Doreen Klassen, a professor of Anthropology and Folklore at Grenfell and Natasha Pennell, an undergraduate student, who recently had research presented at an event entitled GRENFELL’S RESEARCH MEETS CITY COUNCIL.
Dr. Klassen presented Stopping the Traffic: Wall Murals and Tourism which explored the potential to use wall murals in the City of Corner Brook to help attract tourism, based on research on wall murals in Winnipeg.
Natasha’s project was entitled Beyond Vision 20/20: Assessing Sustainability at Grenfell Campus and explores the potential to create a 10-year plan for Grenfell based on ecological, socio-cultural, and economic capitals.
Other presentations at this event included:
Creating Business Opportunities in Eco-Tourism
Presenter: Dr. Jose Lam
The Pollinator-Friendly City
Presenter: Dr. Julie Sircom
Developing Competitive Tourism Industry in Corner Brook
Presenter: Dr. Roselyne Okech
Geophysical Investigation of Municipal Facilities
Presenter: Dr. Daniel Altdorff
Forest Ecology Research Program and Potential Links to City of Corner Brook
Presenter: Dr. Andre Arsenault
Applying the TELOS Method: A Sustainability Assessment for the City of Corner Brook
Presenter: Rashida Mohammad Uthman (Candidate, Masters of Arts in Environmental Policy)