Collage of students on adventures

Jull Environment Club

Dr. Jull in the field

The Jull Environment Club is a student-run organization named after Dr. Robert Kingsley Jull. Dr. Jull was a faculty member and head of the former Department of Geology, which was the precursor to the School of the Environment. Dr. Jull was a paleontologist and a passionate supporter of field-based research and teaching. School of the Environment faculty members that knew Dr. Jull personally remember him as a 'friend of the student', making it particularly fitting that this student-run group is named in his honour.  

The Jull Environmental Club is open to all students interested in Earth and the environment. You do not have to be in one of our programs to join!  The club runs a number of social, activist, and outreach events throughout the year. Details of these events and other information are available on the Jull Environment Club Facebook page and their Instagram: @jullclubuwindsor.

The family of Dr. Jull has established the Robert Kingsley Jull Memorial Scholarship in his name.  Details of the award are available using UWinAward Search.

Native Plant Garden and Seed Orchard

The Jull Environment Club spearheaded the new Native Plant Garden and Seed Orchard, located on the roof of the Centre for Engineering Innovation building. The garden is accessible every day the University is open from 8:00am to 8:00pm. Please visit the Native Plant Garden and Seed Orchard webpage for information about the species planted here and how you can contribute!

Students planting flowers in a rooftop garden