Media Release | Nov. 22, 2012

UBC celebrates Royal Society inductees

The Royal Society of Canada recognizes scholarly, research and artistic excellence across the country.

Among those honoured in 2012:

Susan Boyd,  Professor of Law, Chair in Feminist Legal Studies, has been elected a Fellow by the Royal Society of Canada. For more information, visit: http://www.law.ubc.ca/news/2012/sept/09_05_12_boyd.html

Anne Condon, Head of the Dept. of Computer Science, has been elected a Fellow by the Royal Society of Canada. For more information, visit https://www.cs.ubc.ca/news/2012/09/department-head-anne-condon-elected-fellow-royal-society-canada.

Judy Illes, Professor of Neurology in the Dept. of Medicine, has been elected a Fellow by the Royal Society of Canada. For more information, visit http://med.ubc.ca/judy-illes-elected-to-the-royal-society-of-canada/.

Veronica Strong-Boag, Professor in Educational Studies, has been awarded the J.B. Tyrrell Historical Medal by the Royal Society of Canada.

Michael Doebeli, Professor, Departments of Zoology, Department of Mathematics, has been elected a Fellow by the Royal Society of Canada.

Alan Kingstone, Head of the Dept. of Psychology, has been elected a Fellow by the Royal Society of Canada. For more information, visit http://wire.arts.ubc.ca/arts-in-the-news/alan-kingstone-elected-fellow-of-the-royal-society-of-canada/.

For more information, visit http://www.rsc-src.ca/.

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Four of UBC’s 2012 Royal Society of Canada inductees. From left: Susan Boyd (Law), Anne Condon (Computer Science), Veronica Strong-Boag (Education), Judy Illes (Neurology)

Four of UBC’s 2012 Royal Society of Canada inductees. From left: Susan Boyd (Law), Anne Condon (Computer Science), Veronica Strong-Boag (Education), Judy Illes (Neurology)

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