Arnold Greene Medal

IChemE medal Prior to 1964, known as Osborne Reynolds Medal

Named after a founder member of the Institution who served as President and Honorary Treasurer, this medal is awarded each year for the most meritorious long-term contribution to the progress of the Institution.


Who is it awarded to?

The Greene medal is awarded every year to an individual who has made the most commendable long-term contribution to the progress of IChemE.

How is the winner decided?

Nominations are put forward to the annual meeting of the Medals and Prizes Committee by Council members, Special Interest Group & Member Group chairs and members of staff. The final decision rests with the Medals and Prizes Committee.

How do I nominate somebody?

Nominations, including a brief outline on the reasons for nomination, can be put forward via the chair of a Member Group or Special Interest Group, or sent directly to:

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When is the deadline?

31 October 2018

For more information contact:

2016 medal winner

Bill Thompson (Rotherwood Associates)
In recognition of 25 years’ of continuous and outstanding service as BESIG Publicity Officer, committee member and ambassador for IChemE.

2015 medal winner

Keith A Johnson (Sellafield Ltd)
For his long term commitment and support to the IChemE accredited graduate scheme at Sellafield and the Nuclear Technology Special Interest Group.

2014 medal winners

Professor Stephen Richardson
For his long-standing engagement with the IChemeE journals.

Mr Ron Dalton
For his contribution to the Scottish Member Group.

2013 medal winner

Mr Keith Batchelor
For his valuable contribution to IChemE as Honorary Treasurer from 2007-2013.

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