Doctor of Philosophy in Forestry (PhD)
Shining a Light on Energy Injustice: Solar Energy Access and Urban Energy Poverty in the United States
I do not have current funding for additional graduate students or post-doctoral scholars but am generally interested in modeling of energy access in developing countries, assessment of socio-ecological linkages in energy use, household choice and welfare implications related to energy use, and synergies and tradeoffs in meeting sustainable development goals in forestry, energy and land-use.
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I want thank @hishamzerriffi and @garyqbull for being #greatsupervisor 's during appreciation week. I would not be where I am today without all their help, guidance, support. So too Dr.Valerie LeMay, not a supervisor, but helped me as one!
Hard to believe I am slowly inching closer to the end of a PhD. From Day 1, @leilaharris has believed in me and supported me. So has @hishamzerriffi. Thank you for being a #GreatSupervisor!
@ubcires On the occasion of the supervisor appreciation week, my heartfelt thanks to @hishamzerriffi. He is a great mentor, brilliant academic but most imp a kind person to work with. Grateful. Forever. #GreatSupervisor #UBC
This is the supervisor appreciation week! My PhD supervisor @hishamzerriffi is extremely knowledgeable & brilliant. He is a wonderful person, who is highly approachable. I'd say he is the most democratic supervisor I have ever worked with. Thank you Hisham! #GreatSupervisor #UBC
As a PhD student, what you need in a supervisor is foresight, empathy, and patience. Thank you Hisham (@ERDELab) for having these qualities in abundance! #GreatSupervisor #UBC