Massey College and the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Margaret Biggs as the 2019/2020 Bill Graham Centre/Massey College Resident Visiting Scholar in Foreign and Defence Policy.  Dr. Biggs is the second Graham/Massey Fellow, following Mathew Fisher, a distinguished defence and war correspondent, in 2018/2019.  Dr. Biggs is the Chair of the International Development Research Centre in Ottawa and a former President of the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA). She served in the past as Deputy Secretary to the Federal Cabinet (Priorities and Planning) and was Co-chair of the China Council on International Cooperation on Environment and Development. She was also the co-lead on the report "Towards 2030: Building Canada's Engagement with Global Sustainable Development" with John W. McArthur. Dr. Biggs is a graduate of University of British Columbia and the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University.  Dr. Biggs will begin her fellowship in the fall of 2019.

Massey College and the Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Margaret Biggs as the 2019/2020 Bill Graham Centre/Massey College Resident Visiting Scholar in Foreign and Defence Policy.

Dr. Biggs is the second Graham/Massey Fellow, following Mathew Fisher, a distinguished defence and war correspondent, in 2018/2019.

Dr. Biggs is the Chair of the International Development Research Centre in Ottawa and a former President of the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA). She served in the past as Deputy Secretary to the Federal Cabinet (Priorities and Planning) and was Co-chair of the China Council on International Cooperation on Environment and Development. She was also the co-lead on the report "Towards 2030: Building Canada's Engagement with Global Sustainable Development" with John W. McArthur. Dr. Biggs is a graduate of University of British Columbia and the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University.

Dr. Biggs will begin her fellowship in the fall of 2019.