CFUW Bourse Georgette LeMoyne Award 2021-2022

2020 – 2021

Value: $5,000

Georgette LeMoyne was one of the first women to receive a university degree in French Canada. She devoted her life to the promotion of education and employment for women. It is for graduate study in any field at a Canadian university. The candidate must be studying in French and write the Statement of Intent (Section I) of the application in French.

2021-2022 Winner:

Mylène Falardeau CFUW Bourse Georgette LeMoyne Award WinnerMYLÈNE FALARDEAU

  • Sc. Forensic Chemistry, 2019, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières 
  • M.Sc. Chemistry, 2019-2022, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières 

3D printed firearms cause a considerable problem in criminal investigations because they do not leave the “conventional” ballistic traces. It is therefore essential to look at the other types of traces they leave, such as chemical traces from the polymers used in 3D printing.

The lack of knowledge and the increase in reported cases involving 3D printed firearms make it essential to develop and optimize methods of detection and interpretation of traces related to their use to be better prepared to fight against this growing phenomenon.