Dr. Lutz wins Craigdarroch Award
Award for Excellence in Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Through an innovative weave of traditional historical research, community-based fieldwork and popular interactive websites, historian Dr. John Lutz sheds new light on settler-Aboriginal relations in the Pacific Northwest and makes Canadian history fun and accessible for everyone.
The Craigdarroch Research Awards are named for Craigdarroch Castle, which was home to Victoria College from 1921 to 1946. These annual awards are an opportunity to recognize those who excel in original, productive, entrepreneurial and ground-breaking research at the University of Victoria.
Congratulations Dr. Lutz!