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Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships

The Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships program allows highly motivated and competitive researchers to realize their full potential and develop their careers. They are designed to allow Canada to build world-class research capacity by recruiting top-tier postdoctoral trainees at an internationally competitive level of funding. They are prestigious and much sought-after. Following are Carleton’s Banting Postdoctoral Fellows:

2016-17

Logan Cochrane

When Knowledge Results in Action: Social Change and the Role of Research, Politics and Collective Action

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2012-13

Hillary Maddin

Brain-cranium interactions in the origin of tetrapod cranial diversity

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Rena Bivens

Social Media for Social Change? A Critical Analysis of the Sociotechnical Relations between Social Media Software and Non-Profit Users Working to End Gender-Based Violence

News Release / Research Works Story

Sophie Tamas

Going to pieces: Memory and mourning in digital scraps

News Release / Research Works Story

2011-12

Martin Geiger

Smart new border world: Information technologies and security industries in the management of human cross-border mobility in North America and Europe

Research Works story

Nduka Otiono

Street stories in the postcolony:  democracy and the politics of the everyday in Africa

Research Works story

2010-11

Eli MacLaren

The production of Canadian literature

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Alex Wong

Pleiotropic effects of adaptive mutations

Research Works story