The Faculty of Science and Technology is very well represented in Lancaster University's 2007 Staff Prizes, with the following prizes going to faculty members:
Dean of Faculty Mary Smyth writes:
"This has been a truly outstanding year for the Faculty of Science and Technology in the list of university prizes. To win prizes for commercialisation, media & communication, undergraduate and postgraduate teaching, and research, with multiples in several categories, indicates just how strong and how varied activity is in this faculty.
"It is a delight to be able to congratulate these faculty members on their success in the prize list, and on the sustained excellence which underlies that success."
The faculty's PhD Studentships for students commencing their studies in 2007 have now been awarded. The list of successful applicants is as follows:
Applications for the next round of studentships, which cover Home/EU level fees plus a maintenance grant, will be invited from early 2008.
Work is underway in setting up the project steering group, which will agree the scope of the project, oversee its implementation and provide strategic direction as the project progresses. The intention is to hold the inaugural meeting of the group within the next two to three weeks.
In the meantime work continues on the development of documentation and processes to support the project and information about activity within the project will be communicated shortly.
SciTech Vision Project Manager Tony Oliver is based in the Faculty Office and can be contacted by telephone on ext 94150 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Dean will be away from the Faculty Office from the 8-25 June inclusive. If you have anything that is non-routine and requires authorisation, please ensure this is submitted to the faculty office by Wednesday 6 June at the latest. Routine requests will continue to be handled during this period of absence.
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