Hellmuth Prizes for Achievement in Research

The Hellmuth Prizes for Achievement in Research are named in honour of Bishop Isaac Hellmuth, who founded The University of Western Ontario in 1878. There are two such prizes offered annually, one in the area broadly defined as the natural sciences and engineering (research that would be supported by NSERC or MRC) and one in the social sciences and humanities (research that would in general fall under the mandate of SSHRC).

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

2012

  • John Meyer, Department of Psychology
  • Terry Peters, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Robarts Research Institute

2011

  • Ann Chambers, Department of Oncology, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry
  • Michael Groden, Department of English, Faculty of Arts & Humanities

2010

2009

  • Brian Feagan, Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, Robarts Research Institute
  • John Whalley, Department of Economics

2008

  • Aaron Fenster, Department of Medical Imaging
  • Patrick Mahon, Visual Arts

2007

  • William Fisher, Department of Psychology
  • Rajni Patel , Faculty of Engineering

2006

  • Mel Goodale, Departments of Psychology and Physiology & Pharmacology
  • Joy Parr, Faculty of Information & Media Studies

2005

  • Ian Mitchell, Department of Physics
  • Richard Vernon, Department of Political Science

2004

  • David Bentley, Department of English
  • Robert Hegele, Department of Biochemistry

2003

  • Peter Norton, Department of Chemistry
  • Marilyn Randall, Department of French

2002

  • Angela Esterhammer, Department of Modern Languages & Literatures
  • Grant McFadden, Department of Microbiology and Immunology

2001

  • Michael Locke, Department of Zoology
  • Tilottama Rajan, Department of English

2001

  • Regna Darnell, Department of Anthropology
  • Richard Puddephatt, Department of Chemistry

1999

  • Michael Bancroft, Department of Chemistry
  • David Laidler, Department of Economics

1998

  • William S. Fyfe, Department of Earth Sciences
  • Thomas M. Lennon, Department of Philosophy

1997

  • Alan Davenport, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Ian K. Steele, Department of History