Associate Provost (Teaching and Academic Programs); Professor
BSc (University of Guelph)
PhD (University of Alberta)
Chris Buddle has been working at McGill since 2002, in the Department of Natural Resource Sciences at McGill’s Macdonald Campus. His research program is focused on the biodiversity and community ecology of insects and spiders, with an emphasis on Arctic systems. He has long been involved with academic programs and administration in the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, most recently teaching field biology and ecology in the Environmental Biology Program, and holding the position as Associate Dean (Student Affairs). Chris served as Dean of Students at McGill for five years. He was recently appointed Associate Provost (Teaching and Academic Programs).
Awards and Recognitions
C. Gordon Hewitt Award – Excellence in Entomology in Canada (awarded by the Entomological Society of Canada)
2008. Macdonald Campus Award for Teaching Excellence
Desire2Learn Teaching Innovation Award, awarded by the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
Member, Terrestrial Expert Monitoring Group, Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program, Arctic systems
The natural history, biodiversity and biology of insects and spiders.
The structure of arthropod-based food-webs on the Arctic tundra.
Ecological monitoring of arthropods in Nunavut.
The community structure of mosquitoes at and near the Morgan Arboretum.