Early and Emerging Career Researcher Award
The Early and Emerging Career Researcher Award is awarded annually by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research and Innovation. The Award recognises emerging researchers and their contributions to research.
The nominee must hold a continuing position at the University of Canterbury at the rank of Lecturer or Senior Lecturer (including Senior Lecturer above the bar). Nominees must be within 8 years (at the nomination closing date) of academic or research employment (this includes postdoctoral research employment).
The recipient(s) will be invited to deliver a public lecture.
Refer to the R&I intranet page for information of the nomination process (staff only).
The inaugural Early and Emering Research Award was awarded in 2014 to (links will connect to the UC SPARK page of current staff):
- Associate Professor Geoffrey Rodgers (2016)
- Associate Professor Girish Prayag (2015)
- Professor Brendan Bradley (2014)
- Associate Professor Daniel Stouffer (2014)