To honour Dr. Richard H. Tomlinson's generous contribution, GPS holds an annual event called the Tomlinson Talks where Tomlinson Scholars have the opportunity to showcase the exceptional graduate research they are doing at McGill with the support of the Tomlinson fellowship.
Tomlinson Talks 2022
The 2022 Tomlinson Talks were held virtually with three Tomlinson Scholars sharing their research in a fixed 6 minutes and 40 second presentation format (20 slides timed to run for 20 seconds each).
Watch the 2022 Tomlinson Talks.
Martin Giraldo-Hoyos, Department of History and Classical Studies
Harvests of Freedom: Peasants and Nature in the Formation of Cauca River Valley’s Landscape, Colombia
Muhammad Taha Manzoor, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Thermal Batteries: Storing the Sun in Salts
Benjamin Crosby, School of Religious Studies
“Both sides be Christians, Good Friends, and Brethren”: John Jewel, the Apology of the Church of England, and the Unity of Protestantism
Tomlinson Talks 2021
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Alvi Rahman, Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health
Research Topic: Association Between the Concomitant Use of Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors and Oral Anticoagulants and the Risk of Major Bleeding
Keavin Moore, Earth and Planetary Sciences
Research Topic: Keeping M-Earths Habitable in the Face of Atmospheric Loss by Sequestering Water in the Mantle
Giorgia Sulis, Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health
Research Topic: Antibiotic Abuse in Low and Middle-Income Countries
Renaud Boucher-Browning, D.Mus.,Schulich School of Music
Research Topic: Reviving a Lost Art: Improvising Cadenzas and Lead-Ins for the Contrabass Concertos of J. M. Sperger (1750-1812)