Liz holds a B.Sc. (Agr) from the Nova Scotia Agricultural College and graduate degrees (M.Sc. and Ph. D.) from the University of British Columbia. Prior to joining the RMOT faulty in 2007, she worked for the Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture and taught in the biology departments at Vancouver Island University and St. Francis Xavier University. Since 1995, Liz has been active in wildlife research, studying the population dynamics of terrestrial birds and mammals. Much of this research has been conducted on northern and alpine species.
Liz currently instructs: