- Researcher of the Year
- Early-Stage Researcher of the Year
- Research Support Person of the Year
- Research Supervisor of the Year
- Research Communicator of the Year
- Research Award for Open Science
- Creating a Culture for Responsible Conduct of Research
- Innovator of the Year
- Consultancy Project of the Year
- Licence of the Year
- Spin-out Company of the Year
- Start-up of the Year
- Best Publication of the Year - Undergraduate Author
- Research Team of the Year
- Research Image of the Year
- Engaged Research of the Year
- Vice-President for Research & Innovation Award for Interdisciplinary Research
- Research Collaboration of the Year
- The President's Award for Research Impacting the Sustainable Development Goals
- Research Career Achievement Award
Researcher of the Year
This award recognises the most outstanding contribution by a UCC researcher in their research field. Key indicators from the calendar year 2022, such as the number of publications; number of PhD and/or Master students supervised; funding grants/ patents; etc. will be considered when assessing nominations to this category. Nominations can be made by any UCC staff member.
How To Apply
To submit a nomination for this award:
- Download and complete the nomination form.
- Prepare the supporting documentation.
- Email all documents to email@example.com with the award category and the name of the nominee in the subject line.
Submit as a PDF: CV (max 2 pages) – Nominee’s CV with links to IRIS for full publication and professional information. The document should include:
- Name and contact details.
- Career profile (education and employment) & research profile.
- Mentoring and supervision profile (including numbers of current and completed MSc/PhD students directly under the nominee’s supervision).
- Key achievements in the calendar year 2022 (including measures of peer esteem, accomplishments, awards, etc.) with a particular focus achievement relevant to applicable award category.
Deadline For Submission
- Friday 28 April 2023, 5pm.
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