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2021 RSC MEDALS & AWARDS

Competition for 2021 is now open

The Royal Society of Canada invites its Members to submit nominations for the following Medals and Awards:

Please ensure to follow the instructions in the 2021 guide.
Click here to view examples
Click here to download the nomination form

Nominations must be submitted by email no later than March 31st, 2021 at 8:00pm (Eastern time). Dossiers are to be submitted via email to nominations@rsc-src.ca

If you have any questions, please contact Chris Dragan (cdragan@rsc-src.ca). 

HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES:

Jason A. Hannah Medal (Medal + $1,500) - For an important publication in the history of medicine.

Kitty Newman Memorial Award (Medal + $1,500) - For outstanding contributions from an emerging scholar in the field of philosophy.

Pierre Chauveau Medal (Diploma) - For a distinguished contribution to knowledge in the humanities.

Sir John William Dawson Medal (Medal) - For important contributions of knowledge in multiple domains.

Yvan Allaire Medal (Medal + $5,000) - Recognizes an outstanding contribution in governance of public and private organizations. 

 

SCIENCES:

Henry Marshall Tory Medal (Medal) - For outstanding research in any branch of astronomy, chemistry, mathematics, physics, or an allied science.

John L. Synge Award (Diploma) – For outstanding research in any of the branches of the mathematical sciences (preference to candidates under 40).

McLaughlin Medal (Medal) - For important research of sustained excellence in any branch of medical science.

Miroslaw Romanowski Medal (Medal + $3,000 + lecture series) – Awarded for scientific work relating to environmental problems.

Rutherford Memorial Medal in Chemistry (Medal) - Awarded for outstanding research in chemistry. Lecture series are organized occasionally for this award. Preference will be given to candidates who have received their PhD within the previous 15 years. 

Rutherford Memorial Medal in Physics (Medal) - Awarded for outstanding research in physics. Lecture series are organized occasionally for this award. Preference will be given to candidates who have received their PhD within the previous 15 years. 

Sir John William Dawson Medal (Medal) - For important contributions of knowledge in multiple domains.