Fellows' Achievements

The fellowship of the RSC comprises distinguished men and women from all branches of learning who have made remarkable contributions in the arts, the humanities and the sciences, as well as in Canadian public life. The Royal Society of Canada (RSC) strongly encourages its Fellows to submit news of their achievements to the Secretariat of the Society. The collection and dissemination of accolades and publications is one manner in which the RSC promotes the accomplishments of Fellows, and promotes a culture of intellectual achievement in Canada.

Achievements are either accolades or publications. An accolade is an honour or a form of recognition bestowed upon a Fellow of the Society. A publication is an article in a peer-reviewed journal, a chapter of a book, or a book. 

For further information and submission guidelines, please see the following RSC Policy on Accolades and Publications.

RSC Policy on Accolades and Publications

Award
William Waiser

William Waiser's most recent book, A World We Have Lost: Saskatchewan before 1905, won the 2016 Governor General’s Literary Award for Non-Fiction.

Award
Christl Verduyn

Herbert and Leota Tucker Teaching Award (2014)

Paul Pare Medal for Excellence in Research, Teaching, and Outreach (2012) 

Edgar and Dorothy Davidson Chair in Canadian Studies (2010-2015 renewed until 2020)

Award
Susan Sherwin
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Appointed as a Member of the Order of Canada 2015

University Research Professor, Emeritus, Dalhousie University 2008

Elected Fellow, Canadian Academy of Health Sciences 2007

Lifetime Achievement Award, Canadian Bioethics Society 2007

Published
Robert Stebbins
Affiliation:

Leisure Activities in Context: A Micro-Macro/Agency-Structure Interpretation of Leisure.

Award
Donald Savoie
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Award
Margaret Lock - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
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Professor Margaret Lock has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences as a Foreign Fellow for her work as a medical anthropologist.

Award
Gordon McBean
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The WMO has announced that Prof McBean is Winner of the 62nd International Meteorological Organization Prize.  The IMO Prize, the most important award in meteorology, is awarded annually to scientists that have made outstanding contributions to meteorology, hydrology and geophysical sciences.

Award
Yusuf Altintas

Yusuf Altintas became the first Canadian President of International Academy of Production Engineering (College International pour la Recherche en Productique - CIRP) since it was founded in 1951.

Award
Jerome Nriagu
Affiliation:
University of Michigan

June 13, 2016:  Dr. Jerome Nriagu, FRSC (Professor Emeritus, School of Public Health, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor) was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Science degree by the University of Alberta for his outstanding contributions in the Environmental Health Sciences.

Officer
Mary Anne White
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2016
Member
Benoît Pelletier
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2016
Member
Linda Marie Fedigan
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Invested In:
2016