Nicholas completed his B.A. degree at the University of Guelph in Arts Honours, Food, Agriculture, and Resource Economics with a minor in Economics. He will be working as a master’s student in the FARE department under the supervision of Dr. Brady Deaton to help improve planning at both the farm-level and government policy levels.
Nicholas was intrigued by the opportunity to work on a project that will explore the impacts of climate change on farmland alongside a great team of researchers. Additionally, having worked as a research assistant in the FARE department during his undergrad exposed him to a very collegial working environment, which attracted him to the master’s program and the department. Beyond his master’s, Nicholas hopes to pursue a Ph.D. in Economics researching topics related to ensuring the sustainability of the food system from an economic perspective.