The Trudeau Foundation has recently awarded two 2009 Trudeau Scholars scholarships to doctoral candidates Jonas-Sébastien Beaudry and David Theodore. Beaudry, currently pursuing a juridical science doctorate at Harvard Law School, and Theodore, an architecture and urban planning doctoral candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, were among the 15 scholars who will each receive a scholarship worth up to $180,000 to help with their research. Beaudry is examining social exclusion in Latin America with a view to promote equality and better integration of various social groups, and Theodore’s work concentrates on the architecture of health-care buildings as a form of medical technology influencing health care.