Department of Geography
Email: drew [dot] bush [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca (Drew)
Drew Bush is in the fourth year of a Ph.D. in McGill University’s Department of Geography and School of Environment. This fall he'll again teach John Abbott College (Montreal) students about anthropogenic climate change. His research will examine how students in this course learn Earth science and build science process skills through an inquiry-based learning curriculum. When not teaching, Drew conducts research as a guest student at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Woods Hole, MA and at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York, NY.
Drew has taught and mentored students in both educational and professional settings. At McGill, he regularly lectures and assists in courses in the Department of Geography and the School of Environment, serves as graduate editor for the undergraduate journal Field Notes, volunteers with Let's Talk Science and is an undergraduate mentor in Geography. In the summer months, he teaches children and adults who visit the Lyman V. Rutledge Marine Laboratory on Star Island, NH about island and ocean ecosystems.