Chair, Philosophy; Associate Professor; Teaching Associate in Environmental Studies

BA, BEd, MA (Windsor); MA (Notre Dame); PhD (Toronto)

Pamela began her university studies in Mechanical Engineering, and her teaching career 40 years ago as a math and physics teacher. She taught environmental education and philosophy of education as a tenured professor at UBC (1992-2002) before coming to PEI. Her research is focused on identifying the cultural roots and present state of the interrelated problems of environmental degradation, social inequality and community decline … and the educational and social-economic policy reforms that can help ameliorate these problems.

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