Alison Blay-Palmer

Named as Balsillie School of International Affairs Chair

Alison Blay-Palmer is named as Centre for International Governance Innovation Chair in Sustainable Food Systems at the Balsillie School of International Affairs

“This support for Dr. Blay-Palmer’s work will open more opportunities for Canadian and international cross-disciplinary collaborations in an area that is critical to human health,” said Deborah MacLatchy, vice-president: academic and provost and acting vice-president: Research. “This robust and expanding network of researchers reflects the strong positioning of Laurier and BSIA as leaders in food systems research.”
Press Release: http://www.wlu.ca/media/news-releases/october-2015/lauriers-alison-blay-palmer-appointed-cigi-chair-in-sustainable-food-systems.html