Scientists and staff rewarded for 2018 success
Some of the best minds in science received awards from the Faculty of Sciences at its end of year function in December.
Deputy Dean (Learning and Teaching) Professor Simon Pyke welcomed all guests and introduced Executive Dean Keith Jones who entertained the crowd with his quick wit and a warming speech.
2018 award winners
|The Edith Dornwell Medal for Early Career Research Excellence||Dr Stephanie Watts-Williams||Award details|
|The Daniel Walker Medal for Early Career Research Excellence||
Witold Bloch - Order Of Merit
|Mid-Career Research Excellence Award||
Associate Professor Lee Arnold - Order of Merit
|Recognising research excellence, leadership and team building, and broader contributions and impact by a mid-career researcher, relative to opportunity.|
|Research Leadership Award||
Professor Matthew Gilliham - Order of Merit
|Recognising sustained excellence in leadership and development of others, a contribution to building an enduring legacy, and a record of ground-breaking research.|
|Partnership Development Award||Associate Professor Martin O’Connor||Recognition of efforts by researcher(s) in establishing mutually-beneficial research partnerships with organisations outside of academia for longer-term advancement of knowledge and societal impact.|
|Excellence in Teaching Award||Dr Beth Loveys and Dr Karina Riggs||Excellence in Teaching Award – for more than five years’ experience|
|Excellence in Teaching Award||
Jill Bauer - Highly Commended
|Excellence in Teaching Award - for less than five years’ experience:|
|The Harold Woolhouse Prize||Finn Stokes||Prize details|
|The K.P Barley Prize||Liang Chen||Prize details|
|The Professional Staff Award – Team||Sharon Johnson and Silvana Santucci
- Administrative Team from the Centre of the Subatomic Structure of Matter
|Recognises exceptional performance by a professional team in the Faculty of Sciences.|
|The Professional Staff Award – Individual||Alan McLennan - Team Leader for the Research Technical Operations Team||Recognises exceptional performance by an individual professional staff member in the Faculty of Sciences.|
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