Western University and Adela Talbot
David Bentley becomes Western's fifth Killam Prize winner and the most recent winner since Economics professor John Whalley won in 2012. Other Western winners include Engineering professors Alan Davenport (1993) and Maurice Bergiougnou (1999) and Robarts Research Institute co-founder Henry Barnett (1988).
Western University's David Bentley wins 2015 Killam Prize
Western University's David Bentley – a nationally acclaimed teacher from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and a leading scholar of Canadian poetry – is a 2015 Killam Prize winner.
The Canada Council for the Arts announced the recipients of the 2015 Killam Program earlier today. This prestigious program, administered by the Canada Council, is funded by a private endowment supporting creativity and innovation through research and higher learning.
Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Opera in 2 acts arranged for String Quartet