Promoting the role of Physics in research, education, industry and the community
Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine (ACPSEM)
Australasian Radiation Protection Society (ARPS)
Australasian Society for General Relativity and Gravitation (ASGRG)
Australian Acoustical Society (AAS)
Australian and New Zealand Optical Society (ANZOS)
Astronomical Society of Australia (ASA)
Australian Society of Rheology (ASR)
The Australian and New Zealand Association of Mathematical Physics (ANZAMP)
The Victorian Physics Teachers Network (VicPhys)
Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI)
Vacuum Society of Australia (VSA)
The award recognises outstanding leadership by a physicist in academia, industry or government who has inspired or mentored early career physicists and/or developed more equitable workplaces in Australia.
The biennial award consists of a medal, a certificate, one year membership of the AIP. The award will be presented to the winner at the AIP Congress in the year of the award.
Completion of the Women in Leadership Medal nomination form. This nomination form requires the nominee to provide:
· A synopsis of the applicant’s contributions to leadership, mentorship, support to equitable workplaces and the support of early career physicists consisting of a one sentence citation capturing the contributions.
· A longer citation (no more than 300 words) that briefly summarises the nominee’s contributions in relation to the award application. This is to be written for a scientifically literate lay person. This will be used for promotion/certificates if the nominee is successful.
· A current CV.
· The names and contact details of three referees.
Nominees will be evaluated on the basis of:
Nominations close: 1 May in the nomination year.
Submissions should be emailed to the AIP Awards Coordinator.
Only one Medal will be awarded in each round.