Faculty

  • Daniela Fisher
    BSc (Distinction), LLB
    • Adjunct & Sessional Professor
    Office:
    10-2538

    Daniela Fisher is an Adjunct Professor in the University of Northern British Columbia's School of Environmental Planning. Daniela has practiced environmental, business and administrative law, and managed an environmental non-profit society, and she currently teaches upper-level classes in... more
  • Mark Groulx
    BA, MA, PhD
    • Assistant Professor
    Phone:
    250-960-5837
    Office:
    10-2536

    Mark Groulx is an Assistant Professor in the University of Northern British Columbia's School of Environmental Planning and supervises graduate students in the Natural Resources and Environmental Studies graduate program. Mark’s research focuses broadly on sustainable and resilient communities... more
  • Theresa Healy
    PhD
    • Adjunct Professor

    Dr. Theresa Healy has lived and worked in Northern BC since 1994 holding a variety of appointments at UNBC since her arrival. She has a wide range of experiences with community engagement and community-based research related to healthy community development. She considers herself fortunate to have... more
  • Darwin Horning
    MCIP, RRP, PhD
    • Assistant Professor
    Office:
    10-2534

    Darwin currently holds a tenure-track position as an Assistant Professor in the School of Environmental Planning at the University of Northern British Columbia and is Co-Chair of the North America region within International Union for the Conservation of Nature-Commission for Ecosystem Management (... more
    • ​Adjunct Professor

    Richard Krehbiel is an Adjunct Professor in the University of Northern British Columbia's School of Environmental Planning. Rick retired from teaching environmental and aboriginal law courses in 2015 but continues to support the program through advisory services, guest lectures and project... more
  • BPl, MCIP, RPP
    • Adjunct Professor

    Angel Ransom, BPl, MCIP RPP is a member of Nak’azdli Whut’en and has a range of experience in the field of Environmental and First Nations Planning including land use planning (LUP), communication and facilitation, technical research, analysis and writing, and natural resources project management.... more