Carleton University is proud to announce that two of its finest researchers — professors Fraser Taylor and Manuella Vincter — are among the 10 recipients of a 2014 Killam Award.

These national awards, funded and administered by the Canada Council for the Arts, celebrate Canada’s most distinguished researchers in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, health sciences and engineering.

Professors Fraser Taylor and Manuella Vincter are among the 10 recipients of a 2014 Killam Award.

Dr. Fraser Taylor, a Distinguished Research Professor of Geography and Environmental Studies, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, is the recipient of this year’s Killam Prize in the Social Sciences. This is the first time the Killam Prize has been awarded to a cartographer and recognizes Taylor’s international leadership and outstanding contributions in cartography and geography in Canada and around the world.

Dr. Manuella Vincter, recipient of a Killam Research Fellowship, is a Canada Research Chair in Particle Physics. The Killam Fellowship recognizes Vincter’s leadership within the international research team at the renowned European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) that is making breakthrough discoveries in particle physics such as the Higgs boson particle.

Carleton University congratulates these outstanding scholars on receiving national recognition for their contribution to Canada’s world class research reputation.

Other Killam Awards Received

 Historical List of Recipients: 

  • 2010: Marie-Odile Junker, Killam Research Fellowship
  • 1993: Kenneth Storey, Killam Fellowship for Biology
  • 1985: J. A. Koningstein, Killam Fellowship for Chemistry
  • 1978: Miklos Csorgo, Killam Fellowship for Mathematics
  • 1977: Donald Dawson, Killam Fellowship for Mathematics
  • 1977: Kenneth McRae, Killam Fellowship for Political Science

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