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Caroline Diana Duncan

Caroline Diana Duncan

Dahdaleh Global Health Graduate Scholar, Global Health & Humanitarianism

Graduate Student Scholar

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Caroline is a PhD candidate in civil engineering with a strong focus on optimizing drinking water in the Arctic using participatory approaches to system dynamics modelling. As part of the Lassonde School of Engineering, and under the guidance of Prof. Stephanie Gora, her research seeks to understand the complex factors that affect the quality and accessibility of drinking water in the Arctic using an interdisciplinary approach. Through her research, Caroline will work closely with the Municipality of Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, collaborating with community members, government, and NGO stakeholders involved with drinking water from source to tap. Through this collaboration, a model will be developed to test treatment and policy interventions to optimize drinking water safety.

Beyond her research, Caroline has a love for chocolate chip cookies and Twizzlers. She is also passionate about exploring the wilderness and is looking forward to receiving her PAL (Possession and Acquisition Licence), so that she can further explore the Arctic wilderness.


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