Anne Marie Fauvel
Office: HOL 118 and LOH 234
· B.A., Biological Sciences, Université de Montréal
· M.A., Wildlife Management, Université du Québec à Rimouski
· M.A., Education, Rhode Island College
· LIB 100 – Introduction to Liberal Education
· LIB 310 – Creativity
· LIB 322 – Wicked Problems of Sustainability
· LIB 330 – The Idea of Nature
· LIB 380 – Special Topics (related to sustainability)
· LIB 342 – Food for Thought
· LIB 400 – Visionary Thinkers
· LIB 401 – Visionary Thinkers in the American Mosaic
· BIO 104 – Biology of the 21st Century
· BIO 105 – Environmental Sciences
· BIO 355 – Human Genetics
· ENS 201 – Introduction to Environmental Studies and Sustainability
Above: Professor Fauvel and Holland Campus students and community members work at the Holland Meijer Campus Apiary!
Broadly, my passions concern life and the natural world. More descriptively, this translates into the study of natural resources and interconnections as well as the relationship of man and nature. Over the years, my passions have focused mainly on sustainability studies, sustainable food systems and even more specifically on honey bees (Apis mellifera) and their social impacts.
Interdisciplinary Food Studies & Sustainable Food Production (including food systems, sustainable agriculture, honey bees and pollination)
My father quoting Les Brown - “Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss it you will land among the stars”.
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