Dr Eefke Mollee

Lecturer in Agroforestry/International Development, Research Officer

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Thoday Room F17

Phone: 01248382517

Email: e.mollee@bangor.ac.uk

 

I am a Lecturer in Agroforestry & International Development and I work as a researcher with World Agroforestry (ICRAF). At Bangor University I am the module organiser for Agroforestry Systems & Practices (DDL4004), Urban Forestry (DXX4536) and Global Food Security (DDL4207). I am originally from the Netherlands, where I gained MSc degrees in Ecology & Evolution and in Environment & Resource Management in Amsterdam. I first came to Bangor in 2012 to pursue a joint PhD degree with Copenhagen University on an Erasmus Mundus scholarship, for which I did extensive fieldwork in Uganda. My main research interests are in tropical (urban) agroforestry systems & practices with a direct link to food security.

Contact Info

Thoday Room F17

Phone: 01248382517

Email: e.mollee@bangor.ac.uk

 

I am a Lecturer in Agroforestry & International Development and I work as a researcher with World Agroforestry (ICRAF). At Bangor University I am the module organiser for Agroforestry Systems & Practices (DDL4004), Urban Forestry (DXX4536) and Global Food Security (DDL4207). I am originally from the Netherlands, where I gained MSc degrees in Ecology & Evolution and in Environment & Resource Management in Amsterdam. I first came to Bangor in 2012 to pursue a joint PhD degree with Copenhagen University on an Erasmus Mundus scholarship, for which I did extensive fieldwork in Uganda. My main research interests are in tropical (urban) agroforestry systems & practices with a direct link to food security.

Teaching and Supervision

Teaching

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Supervision

PhD Supervision

Endri Martini - Scaling up farmer-to-farmer extension approaches for sustainable production of agroforestry commodities in Indonesia. ICRAF 2020 - 2023 (co-supervised with Dr Tim Pagella)

Aulia Soebandhi - Farmers' resilient decision-making on Agroforestry Diversification. ICRAF 2020 - 2023 (co-supervised with Dr Tim Pagella)

Yawo Jonky Tenou - Comparative analysis of resilience building and measurement for food security in sub-Saharan Africa. ICRAF 2020 - 2023 (co-supervised with Dr Tim Pagella)

 PhD Supervision Finished

Dave Buenavista - Conservation Biology: Ethnobotanical Knowledge and Nutraceutical Potentials of Indigenous Plants Utilized by the Local Communities of Mindanao, Philippines. Newton-CHED 2017 - 2021 (co-supervised with Prof Morag McDonald and Dr Sophie Wynne-Jones) 

 

MSc Supervision current

Michelle Aikins - The status of Urban Forestry in the Kumasi Metropolis

Sarah Garrison - Tea Agroforestry in Sri Lanka

Barbara Hiller - Collaboration between Partners from Civil Society and State

Syamili Manoj Santhi - Agroecology vs Sustainable Intensification: a literature review.

Elena Masarenti - Assessig Nutritional Diversity of Urban Food Forests

Eugene McGee - Rewilding in the city

Md Nasir Hossain Sani - Climate Change Vulnerability of Smallholder Farmers in Dry zone Sri Lanka

Jasmine Ward - Community Forestry in Guatemala.

 

 

Personal

Education / academic qualifications

  • 2017 - PhD , The use of urban plant resources for health and food security in Kampala, Uganda. , Bangor University
  • 2017 - PhD , The use of urban plant resources for health and food security in Kampala, Uganda.
  • 2010 - MSc , MSc Ecology and Evolution
  • 2009 - MSc , Environment and Resource Management
  • 2004 - BSc , Biological Sciences (2001 - 2004)

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