The program will include only about 20 such lectures, and they are intended as focal points of the Congress. Each State of the Art Lecture is expected to provide an overview as well as feature breakthroughs in a specific domain of the science and practice of psychology.
The awards signal to today's students that they are part of a vibrant and accomplished college. Three hundred people came together in Saskatoon to recognize and celebrate the achievements of these esteemed graduates.
Raised at Ardath, Sask. After earning her Bachelor of Household Science, she joined the Royal Canadian Navy in as a nursing sister dietitian and served in naval hospitals across Canada during the war. In OctoberBrooke was aboard the ferry SS Caribou when it was torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine off the coast of Newfoundland.
Brooke and her fellow nursing sister, Agnes Wilkie, clung to a capsized lifeboat throughout the night. Wilkie did not survive, but for her courageous efforts Brooke was named a member of the Order of the British Empire.
After retiring from the navy in at the rank of lieutenant-commander, Brooke returned to Saskatoon and reenrolled at the U of S. During her time on campus, Brooke coauthored several landmark papers on the geology of Saskatchewan and Alberta with Prof.
Their discoveries have guided oil and gas exploration across western North America. She became the first woman and the first living person to have a Canadian naval ship named for her. Brooke passed away in Victoria, B. Douglas was born on a farm near Melfort, Sask.
Encouraged by Herzberg to serve his country through research, he joined the National Research Council NRC in Ottawa, where he became involved in anti-submarine work. Before going to Ottawa, Douglas spent the summer working with Herzberg on spectroscopic research. During their brief collaboration, the pair achieved several advances in the field.
He remained there for the next 27 years, working his way up to principal research officer and director of the Division of Physics. He left his directorship in to return to full-time research. Throughout his career, he developed many new techniques and made many critical contributions to the interpretation of molecular spectra.
During her 15 years in communications, German has worn many hats: German is passionate about encouraging women and young people to pursue careers in technology and entrepreneurship. She has been a keynote speaker at many business and career training events and has been featured in numerous blogs and magazines.
InGerman spearheaded a WomeninTech campaign that was seen by 2. She was nominated for a national DigiAward for another social media campaign that encouraged families to read to children, reaching 2.
Decades later, completing her MSc and PhD degrees in biology from the University of Saskatchewan fanned that spark into a flame. Her more than 20 years of experience have seen Guyn travel across North America in pursuit of wetland and waterfowl conservation.
As CEO for Ducks Unlimited Canada, she leads more than staff across the country to deliver on-the-ground habitat conservation, scientific research, education and public policy efforts. Guyn also serves on international conservation committees, including the North American Waterfowl Management Plan and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative.
She is a member of the Wildlife Society and received its Fellows Award in Conservation has always been more than just work for Guyn. From chasing radio-marked ducks around the prairies as a U of S graduate student to meeting with international leaders and government officials on issues of conservation policy, she is in her element and living her dream.
Originally from Muskoday First Nation, Sask. Through her music and words, she spreads a message of resistance and revolution, and speaks on the importance of keeping Indigenous languages, lands and cultures alive for future generations.
She has been a lecturer and guest speaker at the U of S and is involved in workshops, speaking events and conferences across the country. A frequent mentor to youth, Knight offers young people motivation and inspiration to pursue their dreams of art and education.
She was named a CBC Future 40 winner in I used to just hole up in there with old documents and read, read, read! I learned about discipline and organization more than anything.
I also learned to be critical and always research before making decisions. That is essential in any career!The Academic Women’s Association is the major voice for the advancement of women and female-identified persons at the University of Alberta.
It provides opportunities for networking and mentoring and recognizes and celebrates the achievements of academic women and female-identified persons. Awards & Achievements. Golf Career; Golf Awards; Sports Awards; General Awards; Academic Honors; Golf Writers Association of America, Charles Bartlett Award, Golf Writers Association of America, Partner in Science Award, March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation.
The Aurora Awards are nominated by members of the Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Association. The top five nominated works were selected. Additional works were included where there was a tie for fifth place.
He's also won fourteen Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Awards ("Auroras"), an Arthur Ellis Award from the Crime Writers of Canada, ANALOG magazine's Analytical Laboratory Award for Best Short Story of the Year, and the SCIENCE FICTION CHRONICLE Reader Award for Best Short Story of the Year.
Canadian Marketing Association Awards 2. Strategy Agency of the Year Awards 3. 'Marketing' Magazine Marketing Awards Ontario Science Centre’s Innovators’ Ball Art Gallery of Ontario's Massive Party Canadian Screen Awards Media & Literary Events. 1. Scotiabank Giller Prize Gala 2.
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