Killam Prizes
Considered one of Canada's most distinguished research awards, the Killam Prizes are awarded to outstanding Canadian scholars working in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, health sciences and engineering. Five prizes of $100,000 are awarded each year in recognition of outstanding career achievements.

University of Manitoba Award Winners

2014: Frank Plummer, Dept. of Medical Microbiology, prize in Health Sciences

2011: Lotfollah Shafai, Dept. of  Electrical and Computer Engineering, prize in Engineering

2008: Frank Hawthorne, Dept. of Geological Sciences, prize in Natural Sciences

1985: Ralph G. Stanton, Dept. of Mathematics, prize in Natural Sciences

For more information on the Killam Prizes as well as the Killam Trust, please visit the Canada Council for the Arts website.