Athabasca U – 2020 Undergraduate Ethnobiologist Award winner: Rosslyn Mackay

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Athabasca U – 2020 Undergraduate Ethnobiologist Award winner: Rosslyn Mackay

by ahnationtalk on November 18, 202018 Views

Athabasca University is pleased to announce the 2020 Undergraduate Ethnobiologist Award winner, Rosslyn Mackay.

Mackay was nominated by Dr. Janelle Baker, whose courses ANTH 390: Community Based Reseach Methods and ANTH 491: Traditional Biological Knowledge in Contemporary Global Context she had taken.

“Rosslyn’s work experience is in landscape design, horticulture, and gardening, and she is currently completing a Landscape Design Certification at Ryerson University. Her research focuses on ecological sustainability of horticulture for the Canadian climate, landscape restoration for climate solutions, and ethnobotanical (heritage) gardens in a Canadian context,” Baker said.

We caught up with the award winner to hear about her journey and how she felt about the win.

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