Arts Prof Named to the Royal Society of Canada!
Dr. Brittany Luby, of Anishinaabe descent and Associate Professor in the Department of History, has been named a new member of the Royal Society of Canada within the College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists. Luby is one of 58 new members who is recognized as a leader for her exceptional contributions to the world of science and culture and to the well-being of our society. Luby seeks to stimulate public discussion of Indigenous issues through her work.
“The Royal Society of Canada is very proud to welcome today an imposing group of inspiring scholars, artists and creators whose peers have recognized their exceptional contributions to the world of science and culture and to the well-being of our society. The impact of their work will continue to be felt in the development of public policies for years to come, while adding greatly to the enrichment of public life,” said Alain-G. Gagnon, president of the RSC.
On Thursday, November 16, 2023, the RSC will induct Luby as well as welcome the 2023 new Members of the RSC College. The ceremonies will be held in person in Waterloo, Ontario.