The RCE Tantramar is pleased to welcome a new member Dr. Jesse Popp. Dr. Popp  teaches at Mount Allison University as an Assistant Professor of Environmental Science, where she teaches and researches in the area of wildlife ecology and Indigenous science.

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Dr. Popp was recently featured on New Brunswick Innovation Foundation website, which highlighted her contribution to science and community. “Dr. Popp’s research focuses on using ideas found in both Indigenous knowledge and Western science to investigate natural and anthropogenic disturbance impacts on wildlife, especially with regard to cultural keystone species. This type of research is especially crucial to undertake in the context of climate change. As a member of the Wiikwemkoong First Nation of Northern Ontario herself, Dr. Popp has a keen interest in, and understanding of, culturally-inclusive methods for comprehending the recent changes to the world around us.”

To read the full article, click here. 

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