Lilly Neang is a global and international studies student whose research always has a personal component. As a daughter of Cambodian refugees, Lilly aims to highlight migrant and refugee voices in her work. Lilly is currently working as a Knowledge Mobilization Officer with the Local Engagement Refugee Research Network where she has assisted with a quick impact research project that was presented to IRCC and used to help write an article featured in Refugee Survey Quarterly. As President of the World University Service of Canada Carleton Chapter she leads efforts to resettle refugees in Canada and welcome them to Carleton. She is also involved the Canadian Federation of University Women, where she works with the GEN-NEXT program connecting female post-secondary students with older alumni who act as mentors throughout their studies. Lilly is driven by a deep passion for learning and for making the world a more inclusive place for everyone.

Provost Scholar Award

Provost and Vice-President (Academic) Jerry Tomberlin and Associate Vice-President (Teaching and Learning) David Hornsby, along with the Faculty Deans, presented 10 undergraduate Carleton students with Provost Scholar Awards on Wednesday, May 3.

Funded by the Office of the Provost and Vice-President (Academic) and administered by Teaching and Learning Services, the Provost Scholar Award is valued at $1,000 and is given to undergraduate students who have demonstrated outstanding achievements in research, community engagement, immersive learning and/or international activities.

Congratulations to the recipients of the 2023 Provost Scholar Awards.

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