Who can make nominations?
Current and previous PhD researchers and academic members of staff.
Who is eligible to be nominated?
Any current Birmingham academic member of staff who supervises candidates on PhD programmes. They must have supervised at least one student to completion. It is not possible to self-nominate for the award.
How do I make a nomination?
To be considered for the Award, a supervisor must have at a minimum two nominations – of which at least one must be from a current or previous student. Statements from colleagues or co-supervisors can be included as the second nomination. Further nomination statements are encouraged where available.
Before submitting a nomination, the person being nominated must have given permission. Forms where the supervisor has not given permission will not be accepted.
Nominations must have been made on the standard nomination form.
Please fill out all sections of the form and remember to include the supporting statements, including a statement of support from the Head of School. The statements should demonstrate how the nominated person meets or exceeds the judging criteria below.