Decision published

16 June 2020

Total amount granted: Not specified

Tage Erlander visiting professorship

The Swedish Research Council has decided that professor Beth Parker at Guelph University, Canada, will be the holder of the 2021 Tage Erlanders visiting professorship.

Decision published 14:00 16 June 2020

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The 2021 Tage Erlander visiting professorship has been awarded Beth Parker, professor in hydrogeology at Guelph University, Canada. During her time in Sweden, professor Beth Parker will be active mainly at Lund University.

The Tage Erlander visiting professorship is awarded to an internationally prominent researcher in natural and engineering sciences. Researchers eligible for nomination in the 2021 call for the visiting professorship had to be active within one or several of the following areas: geology and geophysics, ground, air and water processes, organism biology, ecology, systematics, or evolution.

PubliSHED ON 28 May 2020

UpDATED ON 22 July 2020

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