Natasha Kisilevsky

Former Research Assistant

Natasha Kisilevsky came on board with POLIS as a first-year law student at UVic from May to August 2004 to assist with the Water Sustainability Project. With two years of undergraduate science and math, a BA (McGill), MA (Toronto) and PhD work (UBC) in ancient natural philosophy and philosophy of science, and professional experience in publishing, she has been gathering research skills while making her way west across Canada. Fascinated by the intersection of science and social policy from an environmentalist perspective, she was ecstatic to be part of the POLIS team. Natasha is a commuter cyclist and avid mountain biker.