Piers Sellers PhD Prize for Exceptional Research
There are four weeks left to nominate a PhD student for this prize which rewards excellent research carried out on climate change.
The prize for Exceptional PhD Research is designed to reward and encourage current PhD students (including those who have passed their viva but are yet to attend their graduation ceremony) for undertaking excellent research to better understand and/or address climate change.
The award provides £1500 to attend an international conference of their choice.
Nominations for the 2017 PhD prize can be
made by University of Leeds staff and PhD students (self-nominations are
accepted). They will be assessed by the judging panel, made up of the Priestley
Centre Management Committee on the basis of high quality publications, research outputs and/or impact resulting from the
nominees PhD research.
The winner will be expected to attend the prize-giving on 15 June and deliver a short talk.
In 2016, the Priestley International Centre for Climate established two annual prizes in the name of the renowned climate scientist, astronaut and Leeds alumnus, Piers Sellers, to recognise exceptional research that furthers our understanding of climate change and how to address it. These prizes have been funded through generous donations to the Footsteps Fund by alumni and friends of the University of Leeds.
Read more about the prizes and Piers Sellers here.
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