University of British Columbia

Roland Nadler

Reconciling Democracy and Technocracy in the Age of Courtroom Neuroscience

Timothy (Tim) Sipkens

I hope my research will lead to a better understanding of aerosol formation and to improved characterization techniques that will directly improve regulation and facilitate enforcement.

Sara Pavan

Immigration raises many interesting questions for political science. I am grateful for the trust that the Killam Trustees place on me and my research. I take their investment in me very seriously.

Logan Volkmann

There is currently little known about how animals behave in burned landscapes. Logan’s research focuses on the American marten, animals that are specialized to live in forests and very sensitive to disturbances that remove trees.

Robyn McClure

Robyn’s research is at the intersection of neuroscience, emotional intelligence, social power, and bullying. Despite research and intervention programs developed and implemented, bullying continues to be rampant in Canadian schools.

Alejandra Echeverri

Alejandra’s research focuses on understanding human-bird interactions in agro-ecological systems. Being named a Killam Laureate is a great honour and source of motivation as it allows her to focus exclusively on her studies.

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