Integrate and persuasively defend the important methodological and theoretical contributions of anthropological knowledge and complementary expertise of and for environmental policy, while recognizing the influence of culture and history on contemporary environmental issues (GSLG 1 and 3).
Effectively communicate complex issues of anthropology and environmental policy through the construction of oral presentations and/or written work (GSLG 2).
Demonstrate responsible and ethical practice, as well as a critical awareness of structural inequities in their communities of practice by engaging with diverse cultural perspectives, knowledge-systems, and priorities and working to redress them (GSLG 3).
Demonstrate original thought and the development of new insights and/ or transformative concepts through successful proposal, execution, and publication of novel research. (PhD student only – GSLG 1, 2, 3).