An undergraduate BSocSci degree in Environmental and Geographical Science and Anthropology, a post-graduate degree Master of Town and Regional Planning (1995)and professional and project management experience in environmental management, planning and policy development has been gained over a 15 year period with local government, parastatals, the private sector, NGOs, conservation agencies, and most recently in academia.
Tania joined the school in 2006 and is a lecturer in the Planning Department teaching the Masters in City and Regional Planning. Tania's mission is education for sustainable futures which she believes is an emerging imperative.Tania's overarching research question is how to better blend scientific data with intuition, common sense, indigenous knowledge and qualitative research, as we try to comprehend the world in which we're immersed. Her research to date has been arguing for an interdisciplinary holistic approach and methodological pluralism.
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