2018 UC Council awards presented
15 November 2018
The Chancellor’s Dinner and UC Council Awards, featuring the official presentation of the three 2018 UC Council awards, was held recently.
The University of Canterbury Chancellor’s Dinner and UC Council Awards | Te Hākari a Te Tumu Kaunihera, featuring the presentation of the three 2018 UC Council awards, was held recently.
Hosted this year in the atrium of the new Ernest Rutherford building, the Chancellor’s Dinner honoured those whose contributions made a significant impact on the University throughout 2018.
Videos outlining the accomplishments of the 2018 UC Council award winners were shown prior to the official presentation of their medals.
The videos are live on UC’s YouTube channel, click the links to view:
- Professor Jon Harding, winner of the 2018 UC Teaching Medal – read more here: UC awards 2018 Teaching Medal to scientist Professor Jon Harding
- Professor Rick Millane, winner of the 2018 UC Research Medal – read more here: World-leading electrical engineer wins 2018 UC Research Medal
- Professor Phil Butler, winner of the 2018 Innovation Medal – read more here: World-leading Canterbury physicist wins Innovation Medal and here: First human scanned with next-generation scanner invented by UC scientists
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