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UW Canada Fulbright Visiting Chair

In 2006 the UW (Vice Provost for International Education) and the Foundation for Educational Exchange between Canada and the United States agreed to establish a Fulbright Visiting Research Chair at the UW. In 2013, Fulbright Chair became the UW Canada Fulbright Visiting Chair in Arctic Studies, bringing scholars, scientists, practitioners and leaders involved in Arctic affairs to the University of Washington to build new synergies with Canadian colleagues and reinforce relations. The Canada Fulbright Visiting Chair in Arctic Studies is supported by the UW Office of Global Affairs, the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, Social Sciences Division, College of Arts and Sciences, College of the Environment, and the Foundation for Educational Exchange Between Canada and the United States of America, Ottawa. The Canadian Studies Center, in the Jackson School, serves as the hosting unit for the Canada Fulbright Chair.

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2017-18 UW Canada Fulbright Visiting Chair in Arctic Studies

Mark MalloryProfessor Mark Mallory is the Canada Research Chair at Acadia University. He conducted his undergraduate studies at Queen’s University (Kingston, ON), and his M.Sc. and Ph.D. at Carleton University (Ottawa, ON). He spent the first 15 field seasons of his professional career studying the effects of acid rain on aquatic food webs in central Ontario with the Canadian Wildlife Service. In 1999, he moved to Iqaluit, Nunavut, where he spent 12 years as a habitat and seabird biologist, still with the Canadian Wildlife Service, working across the magnificent Canadian Arctic.

In 2011, he left the government to start work at Acadia University as the Canada Research Chair (Tier II) in Coastal Wetland Ecosystems, where he studies ecology and environmental stressors on Arctic and Maritime coastlines. With collaborators, he conduct research in a variety of disciplines, including behavioural ecology, environmental pollution, climate change, telemetry, natural history, paleoenvironmental analyses, and local ecological knowledge.

Website: https://www.mallorylab.com

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