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Adjunct Professor, Department of Bioresource Engineering, McGill University
Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Honours) from McGill University
PhD in Civil Engineering from Imperial College (University of London, England): received during an Athlone Fellowship from the British Board of Trade and a scholarship from the National Research Council of Canada.
Dr. Murray Clamen is a registered professional engineer with experience in both international water resource studies and environmental assessments. In his 30 years of involvement with the IJC (International Joint Commission), Murray spent more than a decade (prior to becoming Secretary of the Canadian Section) as the lead advisor on all issues related to transboundary water management of the Great Lakes - St. Lawrence River system and retired as Secretary in March 2011.
His experience includes: 33 years in the Federal Public Service, 3 years with Environment Canada, 30 years with the IJC, and time working in the private sector with consulting engineering and research firms in Québec and British Columbia.