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Downloadable PDF – MARK TERRY Academic CV – July 9, 2021

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Research Interests

  • Documentary Film
  • Media Arts
  • Film Studies
  • Culture and Communication
  • Film and Media Studies
  • Environmental Studies
  • Education
  • Documentary (Film Studies)
  • Film History
  • Cinema
  • Documentary Linguistics
  • Documentary Filmmaking
  • Antarctica
  • Arctic
  • Exploration
  • Hollywood Musicals

Affiliations:

Royal Society of Canada, Fellow
Wilfrid Laurier University, English and Film Studies, Faculty Member
York University, Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change, Faculty Member
York University, Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research, Research Fellow
York University, Glendon College, Living & Learning, Lecturer
Ryerson University, LIFE Institute, Lecturer

Education:

Ph.D. (Humanities), York University, 2019. Dissertation Title: The Geo-Doc: Remediating the Documentary Film as an Instrument of Social Change with Locative Theory and Technology
United Nations Institute for Training and Research Certificate, Climate Change Integration, (Switzerland), 2021
TACT University Teaching Certificate, Staff, and Educational Development Association (UK), 2017.
Master of Arts (Humanities), York University, 2015
Bachelor of Arts (English and Media Studies), York University, 1980

Academic Positions:

Current:            Chair, ADERSIM Arctic Group, York University
Current:            Chair Associate, UNESCO Chair in Reorienting Education towards Sustainability
Current:            Research Fellow, Faculty of Health, York University
Current:            Contract Faculty, Faculty of Environmental & Urban Change York University
Current:            Contract Faculty, Faculty of Arts (Film), Wilfrid Laurier University
Current:            Lecturer, Ryerson University and Glendon College, Toronto
2019:                 Lecturer, Ryerson University, Toronto
2019:                 Teaching Assistant, Lassonde School of Engineering, York University
2019:                 Research Assistant, Department of Humanities, York University
2018:                 Course Director, Ryerson University, Toronto, Antarctica Terra Incognita
2018-2019:       Teaching Assistant, Department of Humanities, York University
2018:                 Lecturer, Ryerson University, Toronto
2017-2018:       Course Director, Department of Humanities, York University
2017:                 Research Assistant, Department of History, York University
2016:                 Teaching Assistant, Environmental Studies, York University (Costa Rica) 
2016:                 Research Assistant, Environmental Studies, York University (Costa Rica)
2015-2021:       Communications Officer, Canadian Comparative Literature Association
2015-2016:       Teaching Assistant, Department of Humanities, York University
2014-2015:       Graduate Assistant, Department of Humanities, York University
Oct. 2014:         Instructor, Innoversity Summit, Canadian Film Centre, Toronto
2012-2014:       Instructor, Centre for Social Innovation, Toronto
2012-2014:       CommunicationCoordinator, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies, York University
2010-2012:       CommunicationConsultant, Eco-Seneca Initiative, Seneca College
2006-2014:      Film Studies Teacher, Toronto District School Board
2000-2001:      Project Manager, Permanent Exhibit, Museum of History, Hong Kong

Courses Created and Taught:

ENVS 5073 – Underrepresented Voices (Course Director, York University), 2021
ENVS 4123 –Ecocinema Theory & Praxis in Costa Rica (Course Director, York University) 2021
FS245 – Documentary Film: Instrument of Social Change (Course Director, Wilfrid Laurier University) 2020
F20-14 – Documentary Film: Theory and History (Lecturer, Ryerson University) 2020
LLIR 1000 – Exploring the Arcti(Lecturer, Glendon College, York University) 2020
ENVS 1010 – Introduction to Environmental Documentaries (Course Director, York University) 2019-2021
S62/W62 – The Art of the Hollywood Musical (Lecturer, Ryerson University) 2019-2021
W61 – The Arctic: Life at the Top of the World (Lecturer, Ryerson University) 2019-2020
W57 – Documentary Film: Instrument of Social Change (Lecturer, Ryerson University) 2019
ENG 2003 – Effective Engineering Communication (TA, Lassonde School of Engineering), 2019
HUMA 1740 – The Roots of Modern Canada (TA, York University) 2018-2019
F79 – Antarctica: Terra Incognita (Lecturer, Ryerson University) 2018-2019
HUMA 1910 – Science and the Humanities (Course Director, York University), 2017-2018
ENVS 4810 – Ecology and Sustainability in Costa Rica (TA, York University), 2016
HUMA 1910 – Science and the Humanities (TA, York University), 2015-2017
ECO Film Lab – Environmental Filmmaking (Elementary Schools, Toronto District School Board), 2015-2017
Film Production: The Role of the Producer  (Course Director, (Centre for Social Innovation), 2006-2014
Documentary Film Business (Toronto District School Board; Centre for Social Innovation), 2006-2014

Research, Fellowships, and Grants:

SSHRC Insight Development Grant ($75,996): Ghana Youth Film Workshop, 2021
Hunter Family Foundation ($150,000): Planetary Health Film Lab, 2021
SSHRC General Research Fund ($10,000): Wilfrid Laurier University, 2021
Student Life Levy ($5,000): Wilfrid Laurier University, 2020-2021
Fellow, Royal Society of Canada ($1,000): York University Award, 2020
Academic Innovation Fund ($5,000):
New Media Approaches for Environmental Studies, 2020
Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching ($500): Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change, 2020
SSHRC Connections Grant ($25,000): Planetary Health Film Lab, 2020
SSHRC Exchange Grant ($2,400):
Youth Climate Report, 2019-2020
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Faculty of Environmental Studies | Faculty of Health, York University, 2019-2020
Scientist-in-Residence, Adventure Canada, Circumnavigation of Iceland, 2018
College of Fellows, Royal Canadian Geographical Society, Ottawa, 2014-present
The Explorers Club Fellowship, New York, New York. 2011-present
York University Mobility Award, 2017York Graduate Fellowship, 2016-2017
Pennant Expedition, Mindo Cloudforest, Ecuador, Explorers Museum, Ireland, 2016
The Enbridge Graduate Student Award, 2014-2015York Graduate Award, 2014-2015
ArcticNet Commission, Northwest Passage Expedition, Canada, 2010
Research Projects:
Ghana Youth Film Workshop, Wilfrid Laurier University, 2021 (SSHRC-funded)
The Changing Face of Iceland, York University/Wilfrid Laurier University, 2021 (SSHRC-funded)
The Planetary Health Film Lab, York University, 2020 (SSHRC-funded)
Youth Climate Report, United Nations Climate Change/York University, 2015 to present (SSHRC-funded)
Ecological Footprint Initiative, York University, 2019 to present (SSHRC-funded)
A Geomedia Pedagogy, York University, 2020 (funded by the Academic Innovation Fund)
Honours:
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Action Awards (Honorable Mention), 2021
York University Research Leader, 2021
Fellow, The Royal Society of Canada, 2020
The Dean’s Excellence in Teaching Award, Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, 2020
Bookauthority Award: “The Geo-Doc” Ranked 46th, Best Documentary Book of All Time
Bookauthority Award: “The Geo-Doc” Ranked #2, Best Documentary Book of 2020
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Action Awards (nominee), 2019, 2020
Excellence in Teaching Award, Department of Humanities, York University, 2017
York University Award for Outstanding Global Engagement, 2017
York University President’s Sustainability Leadership Award, 2016
York University Mobility Award, 2017
Canada’s Top 100 Greatest Explorers, Canadian Geographic Magazine, 2015
Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for International Humanitarian Service, 2013
Gemini Humanitarian Award, Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, 2012
Stefansson Medal for documenting polar research and exploration, The Explorers Club, 2011

Publications:

A. – Books:

A Proposed Geomedia Approach for Effective Communications in the Anthropocene”, Intimate Relations: Communicating (in) the Anthropocene(chapter author). New York: Lexington Press, 2021. 6 pp.

Mapping the Environmental Humanities (co-editor). Lanham, Maryland: Rowan & Littlefield, 2021. 325 pp.

Pandemic Poetry (author). Toronto: Hollywood Canada Communications, July 1, 2020. 54 pp. 

Link: https://tinyurl.com/PandemicPoetryBook

The Geo-Doc: Geomedia, Documentary Film, and Social Change (author). London: Palgrave Macmillan,2020, 375 pp. Link: https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9783030325077

Portraits of Canadian Women Who Inspire(editor). Toronto: Pioneer House Gallery, 2013, 171 pp. Neubacher, Gerda.

B. Encyclopedia Entries:

Terry, Mark. “May Watkis.” in Jane Gaines, Radha Vatsal, and Monica Dall’Asta, eds.Women Film Pioneers Project. New York, NY: Columbia University Libraries, 2020. 6 pp.
 https://doi.org/10.7916/d8-4ac7-fq81

C. Journals, Papers, and Articles:

“Explorations in Digital Media”, The Explorers Log Journal, Vol. 52, No. 2, New York (May 15, 2020), 2 pp.
https://www.academia.edu/42993358/Explorations_in_Digital_Media

“Enhancing Environmental Education through Geomedia”, Association for the Study of Literature and Environment, (May 4, 2020), 7 pp.
https://www.asle.org/features/the-geo-doc-enhancing-environmental-education-through-geomedia

“Aquarela: The Real Shape of Water,” Water Canada Magazine (September 3, 2019), 3 pp.
https://www.watercanada.net/feature/aquarela-the-real-shape-of-water

“Retraining Our Perception: Semiotic Storytelling in Ecocinematic Documentaries”,  Networks of Experience:
Art and (Dis)Embodiment, OCAD University (March 16, 2019), 6 pp.
https://www.academia.edu/40426087/Retraining_Our_Perception_Semiotic_Storytelling_in_Ecocinematic_Documentaries

“New Media, New Documentary”, Reviews in Cultural Theory, Issue 8.1 (December 31, 2018), 4 pp.
http://reviewsinculture.com/2018/12/31/new-media-new-documentary

“Canadian Eco Campus Opens in Costa Rica”, Canadian Geographic Magazine (June 27, 2016), 3 pp.
https://www.canadiangeographic.ca/article/canadian-ecocampus-opens-costa-rica

“Mindo Cloudforest Expedition Field Report”, The Explorers Museum (Tullamore: April 2016), 8 pp.
http://www.explorersmuseum.org/pennants/FIELDREPORT-Pennant3Expedition-MindoCloudforestEcuador.pdf

“The Antarctica Challenge”, Ripcord Adventure Journal, v. 1, no. 3 (Dublin: May 2015), pp. 25 (24-49).
https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/53907457/ripcord-adventure-journal-13-second-edition

“Screening Truth to Power: A Reader on Documentary Activism”, Art Threat (Vancouver: March 7, 2015), 4 pp.
http://artthreat.net/2015/03/cinema-politica-documentary-activism-reader

“Map Room”, World Policy Journal, v. 30, no. 1, (New York: February 20, 2013), pp. 2 (14-15).
https://read.dukeupress.edu/world-policy-journal/article-abstract/30/1/14/76253/Map-Room-Borders-on-Top-of-the-World

“Arctic Tundra to Shrink by 51 Percent”, Canadian Geographic Magazine (Ottawa: June 14, 2010), 2 pp.
https://www.canadiangeographic.ca/article/arctic-tundra-shrink-51-percent

“How Will Melting Arctic Change the World?” The Mark News (Toronto: June 21, 2010) , 4 pp.
http://pioneers.themarknews.com/articles/1721-how-will-the-melting-arctic-change-the-world

D. Resource Guides:

Introduction to Climate Change,” Teacher Resource Guide: CBC Learning (May 15, 2012), pp. 13.
  https://tinyurl.com/CBC-Teacher-Guide
“Climate Change & the UN,” Teacher Resource Guide: CBC Learning (May 15, 2012), pp. 13.
  https://tinyurl.com/CBC-Teacher-Guide
“Antarctica,” Teacher Resource Guide: CBC Learning (May 15, 2012), pp. 13.
  https://tinyurl.com/CBC-Teacher-Guide
“Canada’s Northwest Passage,” Teacher Resource Guide: CBC Learning (May 15, 2012), pp. 13.
  https://tinyurl.com/CBC-Teacher-Guide
“Crossing the Northwest Passage,”Canadian Geographic Magazine (October 8-25, 2010), pp. 13.
http://tinyurl.com/CanGeoMarkTerry

Scholarly Presentations:

A. TED Talks 

TEDxVAIL, Pandemic Poetry, Vail, Colorado, August, 2020.
TEDxIBYORK:The Polar Explorer: The Northwest Passage, Ontario Science Centre, Toronto, November, 2011
TEDxHOMER, The Antarctica Challenge: Climate Change Impacts, Homer, Alaska, August, 2010

B. Keynote Addresses:

Climate Action Solutions Lab: Designing the Post-Carbon Future of Toronto
SDG Student Hub, York University, 2021
Explorations in Polar Studies and Digital Media
 The Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts, Richmond Hill, ON, Canada, 2021         
Providing Voice to Youth at Global Climate Summits                                                           
World Sustainable Development Day, Hamburg University of Applied Science, Hamburg, Germany, 2020
Mobilizing Audiences: New Approaches to Documentary Film Engagement
 Literary and Cultural Discourses on Mobility, University of Göttingen, Germany, 2019
The Geo-Doc: Multilinear Documentary Filmmaking
 The Arts & Letters Club, Toronto, 2020ECO Film Lab Conference, York University, Toronto, 2017
The Canadian Arctic: History, Politics, and Environment
 Science on Ice: Transdisciplinary Scientific Perspectives on the North, York University, 2017
Bridging the Gap between Arctic Science and Policy with Film
 Global Foundation for Democracy & Development, Dominican Republic, March, 2012
Documenting the Art of Exploration
 The Explorers Club, Toronto, March 23, 2012
Climate Change Research in the Northwest Passage
 Russian Geographic Society, St. Petersburg, Russia, February 21, 2012
Earth`s Caretakers: Environmental Initiatives for Graduates
 Environmental Studies Graduation Dinner, York University, Toronto, May, 2011
Alaska’s Arctic Refuge: 50th Anniversary
 American Conservation Society, University of Shepherdstown, Shepherdstown, West Virginia, 2011
C. Invited Lectures:

The Youth Climate Report: Speaking Youth to Power, World Creativity & Innovation Day, United Nations and Miami University, April 21, 2021

Deep Dive Discussion: The Youth Climate Report: Speaking Youth to Power, the SDG Global Festival of Action, United Nations, Bonn, Germany, March 26, 2021.

The SDG Action Awards and the Youth Climate Report, Dahdeleh Institute for Global Health Research, York University, February 3, 2021.

The Destination of Discovery Begins with a Journey of Exploration, The Probus Group, Milton, ON, December 2, 2020.

Polar Environments: How Changes in Climate are Impacting on Ecosystems in the Arctic and Antarctica Northern Ecosystems: A Natural History of Arctic Regions, York University, September 22, 2020.

New Journey to Save Fish: Oshki Maadaadiziwin Jaa Bimaaji’ut Gigooyike, The Dahdaleh Institute Film Lab, York University, September 8, 2020.

The Planetary Health Film Lab, Facebook Watch Party, Earth Week, York University Sustainability Office, April 24, 2020 (1,400 viewers) The Dahdaleh Institute Micro Film Festival, York University, February 21, 2020.

Multilinear Documentary Film Projects and Geographic Information System Mapping
The Anthropocene, HUMA 1910, York University, Toronto, 2019
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, COP24: Katowice, Poland, 2018
Young Lives, Education and Global Good, York University, 2018
Film Studies, Queen’s University, Kingston, 2018
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, COP23: Bonn, Germany, 2017
The Anthropocene, HUMA 1910, York University, Toronto, 2017
Digital Humanities and Social Change, HUMA 6329, York University, Toronto, 2017
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, COP22: Marrakech, Morocco, 2016
The Anthropocene, HUMA 1910, York University, Toronto, 2016
New Perspectives in Humanities Research, York University, Toronto, January 2016
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, COP21: Paris, December, 2015
Translation Research Conference: Glendon College, York University, Toronto, June, 2015
Third Age Learning Speaker Series, Waterloo, November, 2015
Bridging the Gap between Arctic Science and Policy with Film
York University, Culture & Expression Program, Toronto, June, 2015
Celebrity Cruises, Panama, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Colombia, Mexico, April, 2014
York University, Geography Department Alumni Speaker Series, Toronto, March, 2014
York University, Culture & Expression Program, Toronto, July, 2013
University of British Columbia (Okanagan), Kelowna, BC, November, 2012
Durham College, Oshawa, ON, November, 2012
Havergal College, Toronto, ON, April, 2012
Yukon College, Whitehorse, NWT, March, 2012
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, February, 2012
The Russian Geographic Society, St. Petersburg, Russia, February, 2012
Moscow State University, School of Journalism, Moscow, Russia, February, 2012
EcoCup Environmental Conference, Moscow, Russia, February, 2012
Giving Voice: Passion, Creativity and Activism
ReFrame: The Peterborough International Film Festival, Peterborough, ON, January, 2012
The Polar Explorer: How a Film Represented the Polar Regions at Conference of the Parties 16
York University, Documentary in Action, November, 2013
The Explorers Club, New York City, November, 2012
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, ON, September, 2012
The Rooms Arts & Culture Centre, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, April, 2012
University of Russia, Institute of the People of the North, St. Petersburg, Russia, February, 2012
The Arctic Film Festival, Grand Marais, Minnesota, November 2011
The Durham Region Climate Change Conference, Oshawa, ON, November, 2011
The DR Environmental Conference, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, September, 2011
The Canadian Embassy, Washington, DC, March, 2011The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Cancun, Mexico, December, 2010
Do We Care? The Future of Environmental Documentaries Planet in Focus Film Symposium, Toronto, October, 2010
The Antarctica Challenge: New Climate Research from the Antarctic Peninsula
York University, 2012 to present
University of Calgary, May, 2010
University of Regina, April, 2010
The Explorers Club, New York City, March, 2010
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, COP15, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2009
Arctic Documentary Film Production
Conference Workshop, University of Toronto, September, 2014
University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, BC, February, 2012
Master Class, American Conservation Society, Shepherdstown, West Virginia, November, 2011
University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, BC, March, 2010
International Co-Production Treaties with Canada for Environmental Filmmakers
MIPCOM Television Market, Cannes, France, October, 2010
World Content Market, Prague, Czech Republic, February, 2009
Youth Climate Report GIS Project / Youth Climate Report Film Series
GIS: United Nations, COP25, Climate Change Conference, Madrid, Spain, 2019
GIS: United Nations, COP24, Climate Change Conference, Katowice, Poland, 2018
GIS: United Nations, COP23, Climate Change Conference, Bonn, Germany, 2017
GIS: United Nations, COP22, Climate Change Conference, Marrakech, Morocco, 2016
GIS: United Nations, COP21 Climate Change Conference, Paris, France, 2015
Film: United Nations, COP21 Climate Change Conference, Paris, France, 2015
Film: United Nations, COP20 Climate Change Conference, Lima, Peru, 2014
Film: United Nations, COP19, Climate Change Conference, Warsaw, Poland, 2013
Film: United Nations, COP18, Climate Change Conference, Doha, Qatar, 2012
Film: United Nations, Rio+20 Conference on Sustainability, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June, 2012
Film: United Nations, New York City, USA, 2012
Film: United Nations, COP17, Climate Change Conference, Durban, South Africa, 2011
Film: United Nations, COP16, Climate Change Conference, Cancun, Mexico, 2010
Film: United Nations, COP15, Climate Change Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2009

D. Organized Conferences:

Technology and the Humanities, HuGSA Conference, York University, Toronto (2018)
Industry Day Conference, Planet in Focus Film Festival, Toronto (2015)
Industry Day Conference, Planet in Focus Film Festival, Toronto (2014)

E. Presentations at Conferences:

SDG Action Showcase: The Youth Climate Report, SDG Festival of Action, Bonn, Germany (2021)
The Youth Climate Report and the SDGs: Speaking Youth to Power, University of Hamburg, Germany (2020)
Youth Climate Report GIS, United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP25), Madrid, Spain (2019)
 Mobilizing Audiences: New Approaches to Documentary Film Engagement, University of Göttingen, Germany (2019)
Ecocinema: Retraining Documentary Film Perception, University of California, Davis (2019)
 The Geo-Doc: Remediating the Documentary Film, Congress, Vancouver (2019)
 New Climate Discoveries in the Northwest Passage, Wilderness and Canoe Conference, Toronto (2019)
 Ecocinema: Retraining Documentary Film Perception, Ontario College of Art & Design, Toronto (2019)
Youth Climate Report GIS, United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP24), Katowice, Poland (2018)
Retraining Our Perception: Semiotic Storytelling in Ecocinematic Documentaries, Congress, Regina, SK (2018)
Youth Climate Report GIS Project, United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP24), Katowice, Poland (2018)
Connecting the Docs: Geomedia Applications for Informing Climate Policy, Queen’s University, Kingston (2018)
Youth Climate Report GIS Project, United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP23), Bonn, Germany (2017)
Contemporary Treatments of Actuality: Digital Roads to Social Change, Congress, Toronto (2017)
Mapping the Multilinear Documentary, Geomedia 2017, Karlstad University, Karlstad, Sweden (2017)
Bridging the Gap, Visions, Collaborations and Transformations, York University (2017)
Polar Imperatives, Education Summit, Scarborough Worldwide Film Festival, University of Toronto (2016)
Film as a Data Delivery System, Change Your World Conference, York University (2016)
Youth Climate Report GIS Project, United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP22), Marrakech (2016)
Climate Change, Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics, University of Brighton, UK (2016)
Verging: New Technologies/Practices/Aesthetics in Documentary, York University (2016)
Brown Bag Humanities Conference, York University (2016)
Youth Climate Report GIS Project, United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP21), Paris (2015)
Climate Change Camp Conference, Wasan Island, BMW Foundation/Centre for Social Innovation (2015)
Translation Research Summer School, Glendon College, York University (2015)
Voices: Directions and Perspectives in the Humanities, York University (2015)
Change Your World, York University (2015)Arctic Change 2014, University of Laval, Ottawa (2014)
Future Communications, York University (2014)Global Green Conference, University of Toronto (2014)
Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainability, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2012)
The 50th Anniversary Arctic Refuge Symposium, Shepherd University, Shepherdstown, West Virginia (2011)
The Antarctica Challenge, International Polar Year Science Conference, Oslo, Norway (2010)

F. Conference Posters:

Polar Exploration, Arctic Change 2014, University of Laval, Ottawa (2014)
The Canadian Arctic Today, Science and Cities Symposium, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario (2014)

G. Sessional Chair:

Breaking Down the Walls: New Directions in Environmental Thinking for the Anthropocene, Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment, University of California, Davis (2019)
Visual Worlds of Colonial Reverberation, Canadian Comparative Literature Association, Congress, Vancouver (2019)

Earth, Water, Wind, Canadian Comparative Literature Association, Congress, Regina, SK (2018)

Arctic Film in Canada, Film Studies Association of Canada, Congress, Regina, SK (2018)
Digital Spatial Ecologies: Geolocating the Layers of History and Memory in New Media, Geomedia 2017, Karlstad University, Karlstad, Sweden (2017)

H. Moderator:

‘The Quantum Physics Film Festival”, (Co-Host), Waterloo, ON, 2021
The Deadly ArtsCrossing Over: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Death and Morbidity, Toronto (2017)
 Measuring Impact”, Industry Day Conference, Planet in Focus Film Festival, Toronto (2015)
1-2-1 Networking Session  Industry Day Conference, Planet in Focus Film Festival, Toronto (2014)
Green Screen Initiative Industry Day Conference, Planet in Focus Film Festival, Toronto (2014)
Green Pitch  Industry Day Conference, Planet in Focus Film Festival, Toronto (2014)
Connecting with the Climate –  A Communications Challenge” Science and Cities Symposium, University ofWestern Ontario, London, Ontario (2014)

I. Graduate Supervision:

Ph.D. Committees (in progress):
2020: Joel Famadigo, “Voices of Sibuyan: Communicating with Participatory Video” (Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change, York University)
2020: Urooj Raja,“New Media Technologies for Communicating Climate Change” (Faculty of Environmental Studies, University of Colorado at Boulder)
2019: Erik Tate, “The Energy Humanities” (Department of Humanities, York University)
2019: Jon McSpadden, “The Influence of Sonic Environments” (Department of Music, School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design, York University
J. Service to the Profession:
Media and Communications Officer, Canadian Comparative Literature Association (2015 to 2021)
Digital Archivist, Canadian Comparative Literature Association, Congress, Vancouver (2019
)Digital Archivist, Canadian Comparative Literature Association, Congress, Regina, SK (2018)
Producer/Director, Consequences of Confederation, Documentary Series, History Dept., York University, 2017
Poster Designer, Reconfiguring the Humanities, York University, 2017
Digital Archivist, Las Nubes Project, 2016, York University, Costa Rica
Executive Director, Explorers Museum Film Festival 2014, 2015, Tullamore, Ireland
Digital Archivist, Visible Evidence Conference 2015, Toronto
Poster and Program Designer, Voices Conference 2015, York University
Editor, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies, Viewbook, York University, 2014
Digital Archivist, Canadian Writers in Person (2013 to 2015), York University
Committee Member, York University, Glendon College, Alumni Association, (2014 to 2016)
Board of Directors, The Explorers Museum (2014 to 2016), Offlay, Ireland
Board of Directors, Foundations Board, Planet in Focus Film Festival (2014 to present), Toronto
Producer/Director, The War to End All Wars, Documentary Series, History Dept., York University, 2013
Programmer, The Explorers Club Film Festival (2009 to present), Toronto
Documentary Filmmaker for COP Conferences, United Nations Climate Change (2009 to present)
Conservation Committee, The Explorers Club (2012 to present), New York
Explorer-in-Residence, Kensington Tours (2011 to present), Toronto
Project Manager, Permanent Installation, Museum of History (2000 to 2001), Hong Kong

Affiliations and Memberships:

The Royal Society of Canada (Fellow)
Royal Canadian Geographical Society (Fellow)
The Explorers Club (Fellow)
Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research (Fellow)
Young Lives Research Lab, Faculty of Education, York University
Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education
Environmental Studies Association of Canada
Film Studies Association of Canada
Canadian Comparative Literature Association
Canadian Association of University Teachers
Science Writers and Communicators of Canada
Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communication
Ontario Society for Environmental Education
Canadian Council for Geographic Education
Russian Geographic Society
Royal Canadian Institute for the Advancement of Science
The Documentary Association of Canada
The International Documentary Association
Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television
The Arts and Letters Club

Social Media:

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Skype:                  mark.terry2009
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Twitter:                @YCRTV, @APolarExplorer, @AntarcticaFilm
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