Dr. Will C. van den Hoonaard’s newest book, Map Worlds: A History of Women in Cartography (Wilfred Laurier University Press) was recently the subject for an interview by the National Geographic.
Dr. van den Hoonaard’s other research interests include research ethics, for which he was presented with an Award for Lifetime Achievement at the Health Improvement Institute’s Awards for Excellence in Human Research Protection in December 2013. His 2011 book, The Seduction of Ethics, received honourable mention in 2012 from the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interactionism. He is internationally known for his work on ethics in research.
He has been previously honoured with a UNB President’s Medal, a Merit Award, and the United Nations Association of Canada Global Citizen Award for his exceptional record in teaching, research and community service.
Dr. van den Hoonaard is professor emeritus at the University of New Brunswick and research associate at the Atlantic Centre for Qualitative Research and Analysis, St. Thomas University.
To arrange a media interview, please contact Kelsey Seymour.