PhD candidate James Williamson awarded very first Dr. Ingeborg Marshall Award for Beothuk Studies
We are starting the week with more great news for our graduate students. PhD candidate James Williamson has been awarded very first Dr. Ingeborg Marshall Award for Beothuk Studies.
The objective of this award is to advance understanding of the Beothuk people, culture, heritage, and position in Newfoundland and Labrador society, and was recently established by Dr. Ingeborg Marshall (Order of Newfoundland and Labrador). James received this scholarship in support of his research Beothuk Settlement Patterns on the Exploits River. Congratulations James!