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Faculty of Forestry
Adeola holds a Bachelor’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA), Ondo State, Nigeria. It is here he came in contact first-hand with problems of inadequate qualitative and quantitative housing and standard of living data in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. He also came to realize that achieving a better society, where equal opportunities are made available for everyone, regardless of their socio-cultural or ethnic background, is achievable through dialogue and quality engagements amongst intelligent minds. Adeola’s desire to be part of the solution is what motivates him to pursue the Master of Geomatics for Environmental Management at the University of British Columbia. Whilst at UBC, he hopes to acquire advanced knowledge in a specialized field of Geomatics for Environmental Management, especially under the themes of resilience and socioecological perspectives. Upon completing the MGEM program, he intends to become a sustainability consultant who specializes in using geospatial data in proffering solutions to waste and waste water management issues.
Above all, Adeola is extremely excited to nurture his passion and talent for debate by getting involved in the UBC Debate Society. He is eager to learn with and from the diverse UBC students, faculty and other Mastercard Scholars.
Anne Ayomiposi Joseph
Faculty of Land and Food Systems
Anne Joseph is very passionate about her career, profession and life endeavors which have been the foundation of her determination. She’s the 2019 Best Female Graduate of Applied Geology at the Faculty of Earth and Mineral Sciences, Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA) Nigeria. She gained research experience studying the Oredo Oil field, Niger Delta basin and groundwater flow dynamics, Abesan Area, Eastern Dahomey Basin in Nigeria. She has majorly been involved in attending conferences organized by Nigerian Association of Petroleum Explorationists (NAPE) and Women in Geosciences and Engineering(WiGE).
She served as the Student Coordinator for WiGE where she organised online programs including quizzes to keep students abreast about the industry. She was also appointed as the General Secretary of NAPE, FUTA chapter. Her team organised the first NAPE summit where they hosted about two thousand students including erudite resource persons in the Industry to discuss contemporary issues about school and the industry. These amazing performances led the department to nominate her for the Competition at the Education Week, International Technology Petroleum Conference held at Dhahran, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, her team came first at the challenge!
Her decision to pursue Masters of Land and Water Systems was engendered by her unwavering passion to solve ever-increasing global environmental challenges through development of a sustainable and innovative approach for resources management. She looks forward to using the infrastructure and facilities in a serene environment for better learning, high quality of education and research activities during her program in University of British Columbia.