The award — named in honour of the distinguished geologist and an Ontario mining industry pioneer — is given every two years for outstanding research in any branch of the earth sciences.
“I'm delighted to be recognized by my colleagues, and I appreciate the effort that goes into these nominations,” says Strong who has been a physics professor at U of T since 1996 and served as director of the School of the Environment from 2013-2018.
“Of course, this is not just for me, it's for my group as well, as my research is highly collaborative,” she adds. “When I think of all of my graduate students, postdocs, and other group members over the years, this award is a reflection of their cumulative accomplishment.”
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