Brian Davy, Telfer Adjunct Professor and member of the Canadian Fisheries, Oceans, and Aquaculture Management (C-FOAM) network is collaborator on a project funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) through its International Opportunities Fund. The research project is led by professor Iain J. Davidson-Hunt from the Natural Resource Institute at the University of Manitoba, and is entitled “Building an International Research Network for Collaborative Coastal Management: Sharing Experience from Brazil and Canada”.

Another C-FOAM member, Carlyle L. Mitchell, Telfer Adjunct Professor, was heading the Grenada delegation to the Joint Boundary Commission between Grenada and Trinidad and Tobago. The Commission wrote a report to the respective governments to outline where the maritime boundary of each country begin and end.

The C-FOAM group, lead by Professor Dan Lane, has been supported by the Telfer School of Management’ Strategic Research Clusters Program since 2005. To learn more about C-FOAM activities, visit