Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples 20 Years Later: Katherine Graham on the Carleton University campus in Ottawa

Carleton’s Katherine Graham Wins Special Achievement Award

Katherine Graham, Carleton’s professor emerita of Public Policy and Administration, has been awarded the inaugural Special Achievement Award by Community Based Research Canada (CRBC).

The award recognizes those who best represent CRBC’s values and demonstrate outstanding contributions to community based research.. Graham is a co-founder of the CRBC, conceiving the organization at Community College and University Expo (CU2Expo) in 2007. Serving as its chair until last year, Graham helped to grow the CRBC from infancy into an internationally connected network.

As well as serving as professor emerita, Graham is a former dean of the Faculty of Public Affairs at Carleton and is currently senior adviser to the provost.

She is the founding coordinator of the Carleton University Institute on the Ethics of Research with Indigenous Peoples (CUIERIP) and is currently working on youth and community capacity building in northwestern Ontario.

Steven Reid
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