ROYAL SOCIETY OF CANADA HONOURS FACULTY OF SCIENCE RESEARCHERS

John Reynolds, professor, Department of Biological Sciences
Bojan Mohar, professor, Department of Mathematics
September 10, 2020
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Two Faculty of Science professors have received Canada’s highest academic honour, membership in the Royal Society of Canada.

Bojan Mohar, professor, Department of Mathematics 

Bojan Mohar, is a world leader in graph theory and a former Tier 1 Canada Research Chair, who has made transformative contributions to discrete mathematics, theoretical computing, and mathematical chemistry.

John Reynolds, professor, Department of Biological Sciences; Tom Buell BC Leadership Chair in Aquatic Conservation. 

John Reynolds’ ground-breaking research linking ecology and evolution with conservation biology, sustainable exploitation, and ecosystem connectivity places him at the forefront of conservation and science policy in Canada.

Established in 1882 as Canada’s national academy, the society promotes research and learning in the arts, humanities and sciences. The society awards fellowships to peer-elected and distinguished individuals who have made significant contributions and impact in these fields. The society’s mandate is to build a better future for Canada and the world.