McGill University, Montreal, QC
BSc, U. of Guelph, 1996
Ph. D., U. of Alberta, 2001
Postdoctoral, Miami University, 2002
Professor Christopher Buddle has worked at McGill since 2002, and is a faculty member in the Department of Natural Resource Sciences at the Macdonald Campus, home to the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Prof. Buddle’s research and teaching focus has been in the area of ecology, entomology, and field studies, with a focus on the biodiversity of insects and spiders, in a variety of habitats, from forests to the high Arctic. He supervises a large and vibrant laboratory, located at the Lyman Entomological Museum, and has published close to 100 peer-reviewed papers in his area of study. Professor Buddle is deeply committed to excellence in teaching and learning, whether through leadership on curriculum changes, or researching ways to engage students in learning. Professor Buddle is involved with University Administration, and was appointed as McGill’s Dean of Students from 2016-2019. In that role, he provided leadership on critical policy reviews, and supported student wellness initiatives. In 2020 Professor Buddle was appointed Associate Provost (Teaching and Academic Programs), a role that includes overseeing new program developments, and Teaching and Learning Services.
SALTISE Innovator SALTISE Best Practices & Pedagogical Innovators AwardSALTISE Conference 2013