Awards and Distinctions

Neil Hanlon

Neil Hanlon, PhD
Professor of Geography

Adjunct Faculty Member in School of Health Sciences and Northern Medical Program

Queen's University at Kingston, 1998 (MA, Ph.D.), Toronto Metropolitan University (BAA)


Awards and Distinctions

  • UNBC Excellence in Service Award, 2020

  • Visiting Scholar, Centre for Aging and Society, Trent University, Peterborough, ON, 2017

  • Keynote Speaker, Futures of Aging Conference, Gilbrea Centre for the Study of Aging, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, March 2017

  • Visiting Scholar, Irish Centre for Social Gerontology, National University of Ireland – Galway, 2016

  • Research Award, Northern BC’s “A Healthier You” Expo, Prince George, 2014.

  • Nominee, Seniors Initiative of the Year Award, Northern British Columbia’s “A Healthier You” Expo, Prince George, 2007.

  • Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Canadian Institutes of Health Research (Health Career Awards Program), 2000-01.

  • Research Associate, Atlantic Health Promotion Research Centre, 2000-01.

  • Canadian Cochrane Centre Symposium Fellowship, Faculty of Health Professions, Dalhousie University, 1999.

  • Outstanding Thesis Award, Social Sciences and Humanities Division,Queen's University, Awarded May 1999.

  • Doctoral Fellowship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, 1996-98.

  • Ontario Graduate Scholarship, 1994-95.