The Canada Council Killam Prizes recognize and celebrate our most inspiring scholars and thought leaders.
What is this prize?
The Killam Prizes are awarded to active Canadian scholars who have distinguished themselves through sustained excellence, making a significant impact in their respective fields in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, health sciences, and engineering.
Who created this prize?
These prizes, which are among the most distinguished research awards in Canada, were established by the Killam Trusts thanks to a gift and bequest from Mrs. Dorothy J. Killam in memory of her husband, Izaak Walton Killam, and his outstanding achievements.
For more information visit the Killam Program.
- 5 prizes of $100,000 each
- 1 discipline per prize
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