Authored by: Annedorte Vad
Head of CBS Research Support Office
Copenhagen Business School
SRAI Awards is a great way to acknowledge and honor individual Research Managers and Research Administrators for their remarkable contributions to the research management & administration profession and to the Society. You probably don’t have to think hard to find peers in your network who does an outstanding job and who you admire; so how about nominating them for an award? Do it before May 20, and they might be the winners who are publicly acknowledged at the Annual Meeting.
The Herbert B. Chermside Award
The Chermside Award was named in honor of Herbert B. Chermside, who passed away in June 2006. The award is given in recognition of the recipient’s activities and contributions that have had a direct and positive impact on the profession of research administration to showcase and celebrate distinguished contributions in the development of research administration as a profession. The nominee does not need to be an SRA International member but must have been involved in research administration for at least 15 years.
Named in honor of the Society’s first two presidents, Ken Hartford and Richard Nicholsen, the Hartford-Nicholsen Award was established to recognize SRA International members whose services over the years have benefited the entire society. THe award is given to SRA members whose services demonstrate leadership in the Society, and who have made a major, distinguishable contribution which has been of benefit to the entire Society. Until 1973, this award was entitled the Distinguished Service Award and is still rooted in the critical importance of SRA International as a group of volunteers. Individuals who are nominated for this award have contributed their professional expertise to the Society in an important and fundamental way.
This award was established in 1977, in honor of the Society's 10th anniversary. Recognizes up to three SRA members who have excelled in meeting the Society's purpose of expanding the knowledge and tools of research administration as a newcomer (less than 5 years), mid-career (5 – 10 years) or advanced professional (more than 10 years).
The Partnership Award
Established in 2010, this award honors and recognizes those instrumental in building a partnership across institutions, national, or international borders. Nominee(s) demonstrates leadership and cooperation in overcoming barriers to work together as equal partners and in ways that serve as a model for collaborating with others toward shared and commonly held goals in research administration.
See more on https://www.srainternational.org/resources/awards-scholarships
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