Renewed federal grant means more faculty, offerings in Canadian-American Studies
Western’s Canadian-American Studies Program will fund a new tenure-track faculty position and expand offerings exploring environmental and social justice issues on both sides of the border, thanks to a renewed federal grant.
The U.S. Department of Education Title VI grant, which Western shares with the University of Washington, enabled Western to hire Assistant Professor Madison Heslop, a historian specializing in waterfront land use in the in the Salish Sea region, in a dual appointment with the History Department.
Story by Mary Gallagher
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