2023 RSC AWARDS
The Awards nomination period is now closed.
For reference, instructions for how to submit a nomination can be found in the following guide. 2023 guide.
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Click here to view the requirements for the Jason Hannah Medal.
Nominations for the RSC's 2023 should have been submitted by email no later than March 31st, 2023 at 8:00pm (Eastern time).
Alice Wilson Award - To three women of outstanding academic qualifications in the Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences or Science who are entering a career in scholarship or research at the postdoctoral level. (Not open to external nominations).
Henry Marshall Tory Medal - For outstanding research in any branch of astronomy, chemistry, mathematics, physics, or an allied science.
Jason A. Hannah Medal - For an important publication in the history of medicine.
John L. Synge Award - To acknowledge outstanding research in any of the branches of the mathematical sciences.
Justice Rosalie Silberman Abella Award - The Prize in the amount of $1,000 is presented annually to a graduating law student in every law school in Canada who is most likely to positively influence equity and social justice in Canada or globally. (Not open to external nominations – One winner is named from each law school in Canada).
Kitty Newman Award - For outstanding contributions from an emerging scholar in the field of philosophy. (Not open to external nominations).
McLaughlin Medal - For important research of sustained excellence in medical science.
Michael P. Païdoussis Medal - For recognition of an individual who has made outstanding contributions to research, education and leadership in applied mechanics. Solid continuum mechanics, fluid mechanics and fluid-structure interaction are all included.
Miroslaw Romanowski Medal - For scientific work relating to environmental problems.
Pierre Chauveau Medal - For a distinguished contribution to knowledge in the humanities.
Rutherford Memorial Medals - For outstanding research in physics and in chemistry.
Sir John William Dawson Medal - For important contributions of knowledge in multiple domains.
Yvan Allaire Medal - Recognizes an outstanding contribution in governance of public and private organizations.
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