April 1, 2021, by Rob Ounsworth

Nominate a researcher for a Tri-Campus Award

The Tri-Campus Awards, which recognise the achievements of postgraduate researchers, is this year also celebrating the contribution of our outstanding  postdoctoral researchers, research staff and research supervisors across all faculties.

Winners will be invited to join the Researcher Academy at the online Tri-Campus Award Ceremony in May.

The closing date for nominations is  11 April.

The 2021 award categories are:

Outstanding Contribution to the Research Community

Recognising the contributions that a postgraduate researcher or member of postdoctoral research staff has made to the university’s research community between January and December 2020.​​​​​​​
Submit your nomination

Most Supportive/ Inclusive Research Team Environment

This award recognises teams of researchers who have created an outstanding research environment. Nominated teams must include researchers at a range of career stages.​​​​​​​
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Outstanding Research Supervisor

Recognise and celebrate research supervisors who have created the most supportive, stimulating and inspirational research environment for their students.
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Covid-19 Impact Award

This award recognises and celebrates outstanding contributions that postgraduate researchers and postdoctoral research staff have made during the Covid-19 pandemic. It is not limited to those who have undertaken direct research or service to address the Covid-19 effort.​​​​​​​
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Emerging Star Awards – Policy Impact

This award will be presented to a doctoral researcher who has been actively using their research to inform policy dialogues and influence public policy, through engaging with local or national government, or other relevant organisations such as the NHS or charitable sector.

Emerging Star Awards – Public Engagement with Research

This award will be presented to a doctoral researcher or a team of doctoral researchers who have engaged a public audience(s) with their research to generate mutual benefit. Public engagement activity can range from, outreach activities, to patient involvement, citizen science and collaborative research projects.​​​​​​​
Submit your nomination

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