19 December 2014

Three Trudeau scholars were named Banting fellows for 2014-15, recipients of the prestigious grant to pursue their postdoctoral studies.

Scholar 2012 Nathan Andrews will pursue work on the dialectics of corporate social responsibility in Ghana’s oil sector at Queen’s University, in the Department of Political Science.

2009 scholar Nathan Bennett’s project, Between Global Agreements and Local Conservation Actions, will take place at the University of Washington, in the Department of Geography.

Danielle Peers, 2011 scholar, explores collective strategies for meaningful disability support and inclusion. She will pursue her work at Concordia University in the Department Communication Studies.

Congratulations to all of you!

Learn more about our community of Trudeau scholars.

Nathan Andrews

Banting Postdoctoral Fellow and Adjunct Assistant Professor at Queen's University.

2012 Scholars

Nathan Bennett

Nathan is a Fulbright Visiting Scholar at the School of Marine and Environmental Affairs at the University of Washington.

2010 Scholars

Danielle Peers

Danielle is assessing how the perceptions held by Canadians influence the rights and opportunities of disabled citizens

2011 Scholars