* BSc Honours (Geography), University of Montreal (Quebec, Canada), 2005
* Ph.D. (Geography/Hydrology), University of Montreal (Quebec, Canada), 2010
* Assistant Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Manitoba (Canada), 2012-present
* Junior Chair, Manitoba’s Watershed Systems Research Program (WSRP), 2012-present
* Adjunct Faculty, Center for Earth Observation Science (CEOS), University of Manitoba, 2012-present
* Post-Doctoral Fellow, Northern Rivers Institute, University of Aberdeen (Scotland, UK), 2010-2011
* Research Assistant, Canada Research Chair in Fluvial Dynamics, 2004-2010
Main Research Interests
Genevieve Ali’s main areas of expertise are watershed hydrology (surface and shallow subsurface processes) and hydrological modelling, with a strong focus on hydrological connectivity. She especially focuses on the use of water storage thresholds, geochemical and isotopic tracers and topographically-derived indices to approximate the timing of connectivity. The research led by Genevieve Ali is currently funded by Environment Canada, Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship, Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation, the Clayton H. Riddell Endowment Fund, the University of Manitoba, the Lake Winnipeg Basin Stewardship Fund, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) and the Canadian Foundation for Innovation.
Genevieve Ali’s CV can be found here: CV_GAli_29July2015.