Guylène Proulx was considered by all who knew her to be one of the preeminent researchers and communicators in the field of human behavior in emergencies. Her enduring legacy, as stated by her international colleagues, is the body of her research work. This scholarship honors her legacy by building on the research in her chosen profession. Below is a list of outstanding recipients of this prestige scholarship.
2018 – The Impact of Human Behavior on Wildfire Evacuations
Lauren Folk & John Gales. PhD., Department of Civil Engineering, York University. Toronto, Canada
2017- Increasing Safety in Aging Societies
Paul Geoerg and Professor Armin Seyfried, University of Wuppertal
2016 – Towards Fire Safe Schools: Investigation of Pedestrian Evacuation Dynamics and the Human Behaviours of Children and the Influence of Training on Evacuation Performance
Glenn Hamilton and Dr. Patrick Lennon, Letterkenny Institute of Technology.
2015 – Human Performance Data from Planned Trials on Passenger Ships at Sea
Robert Brown and Professor Edwin Galea, University of Greenwich