Nominations open for Glendon Principal’s Excellence Research Award

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Nominations for the Principal’s Excellence Research Award are now open.

The Principal’s Excellence Research Awards are given annually to recognize researchers at Glendon who have made an outstanding contribution to research in the last five years. The purpose of these awards is to provide recognition for and to promote research excellence across Glendon, the University and in the wider community.

Up to three awards will be offered per calendar year, one in each category:

Emerging Researcher – The emerging category is for tenure-stream and tenured faculty within five years of their first academic appointment (i.e., after 2018) and includes colleagues on Contractually Limited Appointments and Special Renewable contracts.
Established Researcher –The established category is for tenured faculty who were appointed to their first academic post more than five years before the date of the award deadline (i.e., before 2018).
Contract Faculty Researcher – Nominees must have taught at Glendon for at least three years.

Recipients will be recognized at the closing event of the Research Festival scheduled for April 6.

Review the eligibility criteria and nominate a colleague to this year’s competition. The submission deadline is March 20.