Dr. Kathy Lewis is currently Acting Vice President of Research, a Professor and former Chair of the Ecosystem Science and Management Program at UNBC. She teaches courses in forest health and researches the ecological roles of biotic disturbance agents in forests and the influence of management practices and climate change on forest health.
Her services to UNBC include membership on the Board of Governors, the Academic Structure Collaborative team for the Academic Action Plan, and the Senior Lab Instructor Promotion committee. She is also actively involved in outreach and community-based activities, including the Prince George Ice Oval and in her role as Director of the Hubspace.
Last fall, the Canadian Institute of Forestry granted Dr. Kathy Lewis its Canadian Forestry Scientific Achievement Award. The award recognizes those who have made “innovative and outstanding achievements in forestry research in Canada.
Learn more about Dr. Lewis and UNBC here: https://www2.unbc.ca/lewis
Women In Science: http://blog.cdnsciencepub.com/women-in-science-dr-kathy-lewis/