Sandy M. Smith
Sandy M. Smith is an internationally recognized expert in the ecology and biological management of invasive forest insects in urban forest restoration and conservation. She has published over 150 journal articles and book chapters, supervised 65+ graduate theses, and served as a reviewer for international journals, national NSERC committees, and scientific panels, as well as on several not-for-profit boards. She holds a PhD in Forestry from the University of Toronto, a BScAgr and MSc in Entomology from the University of Guelph, and a BFA with a minor in Indigenous Visual Culture from OCADU. She is a Full Professor of Forest Health in the Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design (Forestry), and currently holds the Directorship of Forestry Programs in Daniels and the Institute of Forestry & Conservation at the University of Toronto.