Marc Angenot, MSRC, à publié 1889. Un état du discours social, 13 mai 2015
Donald J. Savoie, of the Université de Moncton, has been awarded the 2015 Killam Prize in Social Sciences. The 2015 Killam Prize winners are world leaders in fields as varied as poetry, wireless communications, astrophysics, public policy and public administration, and virology. Prof.
Jean Delisle reçoit le Doctorat honoris causa décerné par l’Université Étienne le Grand / Ştefan cel Mare, Suceava (Roumanie), mai 2014.
1) “Intercultural Communication in a Globalized World” in the 13th edition of the very successful book: Intercultural Communication. A Reader. (L. Samovar, R. Porter, E. McDaniel, eds.) Boston: Wadsworth, 2011.
Professor Françoise Baylis, Dalhousie University, has published Family-Making: Contemporary Ethical Challenges, Oxford University Press 2014, 320pp (with Carolyn McLeod).
Professor Emeritus Brian Keith Hall, Dalhousie University, received an honorary degree from the University of Calgary (Spring 2014) for his contributions to the study of biology.
Professor Andrew Miall of the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Toronto, has been selected as the 2014 recipient of the Geological Association of Canada’s most prestigious award, the Logan Medal. The medal recognizes sustained distinguished achievement in Canadian earth science.
Alex C. Michalos published a 12 volume Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research (Springer 2014), the first ever devoted to these topics.
Prof. Duncan Fishwick, University of Alberta, has published "Cult Places and Cult Personnel in the Roman Empire", Farnham 2014, Pp 392.
The US National Academies Transportation Research Board has conferred its highest honour, the Roy W Crum Award, to Professor Ralph Haas "In Recognition of Outstanding Achievement in Transportation Research" at the Annual Conference in Washington, DC, January 15, 2014, with 11,000 plus re