James Tully, political sciences, Craigdarroch Research Award

A scholar who helps us sort through the complex world of politics and public policy, a mathematician who is laying the groundwork for everyday devices and processes, a linguist who helps Indigenous communities revive their endangered languages, and a pianist who gives us a greater appreciation for musical expression—these are the recipients of the University of Victoria’s Craigdarroch Research Awards for 2014.

James Tully (political science) whose work has implications for virtually all major areas of public policy, including democracy, federalism, multiculturalism, Indigenous rights, and environmental responsibility.
(David H. Turpin Gold Medal for Career Achievement in Research)

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