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Killam Lectures

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The Killam Lectures are delivered during CAGS Annual Conference. Their primary objective is to stimulate public support for university research.

Killam Lectures

Title Date
Mike Lazaridis, The Power of a Great Idea 2010 Killam Lecture
Sir Al Aynsley-Green, Improving the Lives and Health of Children and Young People: How Research from Listening to their Voices should Inform Politics, Policies, Practices and Public Attitudes 2009 Killam Lecture
David W. Schindler, The Role of Science in Making Sound Environmental Policy 2008 Killam Lecture
Peter J.M. Nicholson, More Data but Less Insight – The New Imperative of Quantative Literacy 2007 Killam Lecture
Bartha Knoppers, Biotechnology: The Human as Biological Resource? 2006 Killam Lecture
Kenneth Prewitt, Investing in Higher Education: The Responsibility of the University, Bob Rae, Convincing the Public and Government to do more: The Case of Higher Education 2005 Killam Lecture
W.A. Cochrane, Commercializing University Scientific Discoveries: Issues and Challenges 2004 Killam Lecture
Shirley M. Tilghman, The Challenges of Educating the Next Generation of the Professoriate 2003 Killam Lecture
Martha C. Piper, Building a Civil Society: A New Role for the Human Sciences 2002 Killam Lecture
John R. Evans C.C., Higher Education in the Higher Education Economy: Towards a Public Research Contract 2001 Killam Lecture
J. Robert S. Prichard, Federal Support for Higher Education and Research in Canada: the New Paradigm 2000 Killam Lecture