News from the Faculty of Science
New Killam Fellow to study how stars form
Christine Wilson, Physics & Astronomy, has been awarded a prestigious Killam Fellowship, one of six scholars to receive the award this year. The Fellowship supports full teaching and administrative release to allow researchers to pursue independent research. Wilson will be studying dense gas and starformation in galaxies to answer important questions about how stars develop. Deborah Cook, Faculty of Health Sciences, also received a Killam Fellowship this year. Both researchers are also Tier 1 Canada Research Chairs and Distinguished University Professors.
Maureen MacDonald begins term as Dean of Science
Cancer biologist Juliet Daniel honoured with Harry Jerome Award
Faculty congratulates latest CFI JELF award holder
Programming in the Arts & Science Faculties Committee report available
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