Globe and Mail Consults Rural Development Researcher on Internet Connectivity

Dr. Helen Hambly poses for a headshot against a grey wall.
Dr. Helen Hambly

Rural development and capacity development researcher Dr. Helen Hambly discussed internet connectivity in rural areas with The Globe and Mail’s Report on Business magazine.  

Hambly said work to bring high-speed connections to rural areas needs to accelerate, especially amid agriculture’s digital revolution.  

“…The folks who are not connected to high-speed internet needed this yesterday,” she said.  

A professor in the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development, Hambly researches knowledge mobilization, information technology and telecommunications in agricultural innovation systems.