McGill University – IWRM Program1 Open Position
McGill University, Montreal Canada’s most international university, McGill is located in vibrant multicultural Montreal, in the francophone province of Quebec. McGill ranks 1st in Canada among medical-doctoral universities (Maclean’s) and 31st in the world (QS World University Rankings 2023). The University is also listed among Montreal's Top Employers. McGill's Macdonald Campus The McGill IWRM program is located at McGill's Macdonald Campus, a 650-hectare area constituting the largest green space on the island of Montreal. The largest private land holding in the region, it is strategically located on the western tip of the Island and is home to the University’s Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (FAES), School of Human Nutrition, Institute of Parasitology and the McGill School of Environment. The Macdonald Campus stewards extensive collections and ecological assets, including the Lyman Entomological Museum and Research Laboratory, the McGill University Herbarium, the Macdonald Campus Farm, the Morgan Arboretum, the forests, marshes and wetlands of the 51-ha Molson Nature Reserve, the waterfront and shoreline of Lac St. Louis. The beautifully landscaped campus with its wide open green spaces and quiet shorelines is also home to John Abbott College, the Ecomuseum and the Canadian Aviation Heritage Centre. McGill IWRM Program Director Prof. Jan Adamowski, Director of McGill's IWRM Program, is an Associate Professor of Hydrology and Water Resources Management in the Department of Bioresource Engineering. He holds additional posts including: Liliane and David M. Stewart Scholar in Water Resources and Associate Director of the Brace Centre for Water Resources Management. Professor Adamowski's teaching and research activities revolve around statistical hydrology and integrated and adaptive water resources management.