The program director, mentors and advisor can help you with questions about your degree planning, courses, and the program in general.
Program Director & Mentor
Prof. Brian E. Robinson
Department of Geography
brian.e.robinson [at] mcgill.ca (email) | web
Prof. Graham MacDonald
Department of Geography
graham.macdonald [at] mcgill.ca (email) | web
Undergraduate Program Advisor
Ms. Michelle Maillet
Department of Geographyadvisor.geog [at] mcgill.ca (email) | web
Michelle's office is located in Burnside Hall, room 322. She is available to answer your questions by advisor.geog [at] mcgill.ca (email), by virtual appointment, or via in-person drop-in office hours which are Mondays and Wednesdays from 1pm to 4pm for the Winter 2023 term.
Michelle is responsible for all undergraduate programs that fall under the Department of Geography (including majors, minors, honours, joint honours, and Interfaculty programs). She holds a wealth of knowledge about navigating the McGill bureaucracy and can help you be strategic with your undergraduate studies. She even holds a BA degree and an MA degree in Geography from McGill University herself! Do not hesitate to contact her for any Geography-related or general questions that you may have. If she is not the right person to answer your question, she can connect you with the appropriate person/people/office.
Student Association of Sustainability, Science & Society (SASSS)
Students in the SSS program have their own student association, in addition to being part of both MUGS, the McGill Undergraduate Geography Society, and MESS, the McGill Evironmental Students' Society. For more information on SASSS, the Student Association of Sustainability, Science & Society, please refer to the SSS program website.
Keep up with all things SASSS-related with the SASSS Facebook page, SASSS Facebook Group, SASSS Instagram account, and SASSS website. You may also reach the executive team at internal.sasss [at] mcgillasus.com.
McGill Undergraduate Geography Society (MUGS)
The McGill Undergraduate Geography Society, also known as MUGS, is active in a range of academic and social activities, including the annual publication of Fieldnotes, a journal of undergraduate research. All students in Geography, Urban Studies & Sustainability, Science and Society programs are members of this association.
Access the MUGS Degree Planning Guide for helpful degree planning information and examples of course plans from graduated students, including the SSS program.
Keep up with all things MUGS-related with the MUGS Facebook page, MUGS Facebook Group and MUGS Instagram account. You may also reach the executive team at mcgillgeography [at] gmail.com.