School of Population and Global Health

Staff recognition

Vicky Gray

We seek to foster excellence in general and academic staff performance by finding ways to acknowledge meritorious contributions to the School.

These awards are in addition to recognition through promotion and improved remuneration.

Our two awards are:

  1. Jan Watt Memorial prize
  2. Citizenship award

Jan Watt Memorial prize

This prize for Excellence in Public Health Field Research, which began in 1997, is awarded every two years.

It is named for Jan Watt, a research nurse and a pioneer in the collection of data from the community. The prize can be won by a general staff member, a postgraduate student or a research group for outstanding commitment to high quality fieldwork.

  • 1997 - Chris Costa
  • 1999 - Lorna Rosenwax and Anne Same
  • 2001 - Susan Forbes
  • 2003 - Justine Leavy
  • 2005 - Andrew Jardine
  • 2007 - Min Zhang
  • 2009 - Gina Wood
  • 2011 - Karen Martin and Gavin Pereira
  • 2013 - Kimberley McAuley
  • 2015 - Craig Cumming

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Citizenship Award

The Citizenship Award was first presented in 2004. It is given annually to a general or academic staff member who has excelled in their altruistic contributions devoted to helping others and helping the School overall to be more efficient, productive and a good place to work and study.

  • 2004 - Helen Bartholomew
  • 2005 - Judith Finn
  • 2006 - Gail Earl
  • 2007 - Peta Tilbrook
  • 2008 - D’Arcy Holman
  • 2009 - Vicky Gray
  • 2010 - Jane Heyworth
  • 2011 - Matthew Knuiman
  • 2012 - Ania Stasinska
  • 2013 - Tom Briffa
  • 2014 - Anna Casey
  • 2015 - Julie Saunders
  • 2016 - Colleen Fisher

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