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Lampitt Medal

Lampitt

Established 1958

The Lampitt Medal provides a means by which the Society can honour Members who have taken Leslie Lampitt's example and offered their own extraordinary gifts of time, leadership, vision and enthusiasm. Only those who have contributed to a variety of aspects of the Society are eligible to receive the award. Read more on Leslie Lampitt.

Nominated by: Any SCI member, or SCI staff member may make a nomination. Members of the Board, major committees and Groups are particularly invited to do so. Nominees must not be informed that they are being nominated, the process must remain confidential.

SCI e-members are not eligible to be nominated, nor to make a nomination, for a Lampitt medal.

Eligibility:

  • SCI service deemed to be exceptional by the nominator
  • Candidates must have offered their own extraordinary gifts of time, leadership, vision, energy and enthusiasm to the Society. Only those who have contributed to a variety of aspects of the Society are eligible to receive the award (RIGs, TIGs, Governance, Publications, Standing Committees and Board of Trustees)
  • The length of service (particularly on the Board and major committees), the offices held and leadership in the development of initiatives will all be taken into consideration

Application: Nominations can be made via completion of the online application form at the bottom of this page. Nominators should detail the achievements of their nominee in no more than 500 words.

Description of Award: Medal and certificate

Presented at: SCI Conference Day

Frequency: Annual. No more than two medals are presented in any one year.

Nomination Opens: December 2017

Nomination Deadline: March 2018

Selected by: A judging panel of four MAC members (which will include at least two active Lampitt Medallists) and a member of the Executive.

Nominators and successful nominees are informed of the decision by mid-May following the nomination assessment.

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