Celebrating academic success at the Cabot Institute this week
13 June 2022
This week has been a busy week for our Cabot Institute for the Environment academics who have won a plethora of awards and grants for their outstanding academic achievements. Congratulations to them all!
Professor Dan Lunt has won the RMetS Science Communications award for his activities around creating climate narratives on fantasy planets. This is a very prestigious award (past winners include Ed Hawkins, Rich Betts, Tamsin Edwards). Read more about this news.
Dr Sebastian Steinig has won the JGI Beautiful Data award for his word on ClimateArchive – specifically the Wheel of Time animation. Dr Alan Kennedy-Asser was also a runner up for this award, for his journey through the temperature of Bristol.
Dr Hannah Bloomfield was awarded an RMetS fellowship – this was the first year they were launched.
Dr Anita Ganesan is PI on a big EURO5.8M Horizon Europe grant.
Professor Andy Radford won the Outstanding Research Supervision Award at the Bristol Teaching Awards, which highlights outstanding contributions to teaching and supporting students.
Dr Alix Dietzel won the Inspiring and Innovative Teaching Award (Faculty of Social Sciences and Law) at the Bristol Teaching Awards.