Ambassador Prize

Who is it awarded to?

The IChemE Ambassador prize is awarded to an IChemE member who has made exceptional contributions, likely within an IChemE Special Interest Group, Member Group or as an ambassador for the Institution and/or profession more widely. This prize is typically awarded in recognition of a sustained period of work on a short to medium term project.

How is the winner decided?

Winners are selected by the Medals and Prizes Committee who are supported by the IChemE staff team.

How do I enter or nominate somebody?

Nominations of no more than 600 words should be sent to medals@icheme.org

Download the application form

When is the deadline?

31 October 2017

Contact medals@icheme.org for more information.


2016 no award

2015 prize winner

Dr Rachel Cooke
(SAB Miller plc)

For her strong and diverse contributions to the profession.

2014 prize winner 

Dr Paul Fennel
(Imperial College)

For his broad range of outreach activities, including advising the UK Government on decarbonisation, chairing the new Clean Energy SIG, and helping promote science and engineering to the general public.

2013 prize winner

Dr Jarka Glassey
(University of Newcastle)

In recognition of her contributions to 'tce' magazine during 2013.

My IChemE

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