Dalitso Ruwe, newly appointed Assistant Professor in Black Political Thought, has been elected to join the prestigious CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholars program this year, an ambitious initiative providing two years of unrestricted research funding to talented and distinguished early-career researchers who are tackling important and pressing questions facing science and humanity.

From CIFAR: “The recruitment process for the latest cohort generated 245 eligible applications from 43 countries. The 16 researchers who were selected will join five CIFAR programs. They are among the top emerging global researchers based at institutions in Canada, the United States, China, France, Israel, and the United Arab Emirates.”

Dalitso will be joining CIFAR’s “Boundaries, Membership & Belonging” research program, co-directed by Will Kymlicka, Canada Research Chair in Political Philosophy and Professor of Philosophy at Queen’s. Congratulations, Dalitso!

“Newest CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholars take on high-risk, high-reward pursuits” | CIFAR