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U of T's Lynne Viola, one of world's leading scholars on the Soviet Union, wins prestigious Molson Prize
University Professor Lynne Viola of the Faculty of Arts & Science’s department of history has been named one of two recipients of the Canada Council for the Arts’ prestigious Thomas Henry Pentland Molson Prize.
Aimed at celebrating distinguished Canadians in the social sciences and humanities, as well as the arts, the Molson Prize recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to the cultural and intellectual heritage of Canada.
Canada’s Senate committee on banking, trade and commerce is undertaking yet another study on Canadian trade, this time looking at the potential impact of the NAFTA renegotiation on the Canadian economy.
“Juno is a go for launch.”
Janis Chodas will never forget those words – the verbal go-ahead she gave to launch the Juno spacecraft in 2011 at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
At the time, Chodas was the project manager for the Juno mission at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), which sent the Juno to Jupiter. The spacecraft, armed with nine instruments, was “designed to study how Jupiter formed and evolved, in order to understand how our solar system formed and evolved,” Chodas told U of T News recently.
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