Do you want to find out how the honours system works and how the Independent Honours Committee members decide who does and does not get awarded? Do you know someone deserving of an honour who works in the science, technology or research community?
The Cabinet Office and Government Office for Science will be hosting a free in person and online honours event on the 12th September from 11:15am – 12pm. Join this unique panel event which will feature both independent honours committee members and recent honours recipients, who will share their insights into how the honours system works and how we can nominate more outstanding people in the science, technology and research community for these prestigious awards.
Confirmed speakers so far include:
- Dame Angela Mclean, Government Chief Scientific Advisor and member of the Science, Research and Technology Honours Committee
- Stephen Kelly, Chair of the Science, Technology and Research Honours Committee
- Dame Sue Ion, Chairman of the UK Nuclear Innovation Research Advisory Board
- Professor Dhiya Al-Jumeily OBE, Professor of Artificial Intelligence and President of eSystems Engineering Society.
This event is open to the public – so please help us spread the word to anyone you know in the North of England and/or in the Science, Technology or Research community.
You can register to attend in person or online via Eventbrite here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/science-research-technology-honours-panel-tickets-698905835167
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about the event.