ROLL OF HONOUR LIST 2016 The University of Leeds would like to recognise these women for their outstanding work and contribution within their field: Professor Catherine Cassell, Deputy Dean, Leeds University Business School Professor Cassell is recognised for her contributions as Vice-Dean in 2014 and as Dean in 2015 of the Fellows Collge of the British Academy of Management, in particular her work on mentoring and promoting the visibility of women in the academy. Danielle Miles, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Chemistry Hazel Fermor, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Biomedical Sciences Danielle and Hazel were part of a Leeds team of early career researchers that won the 2014 National ChemistryYES competition, a Young Entrepreneurs Scheme sponsored by the Royal Society of Chemistry. Dr Emma-Louise Anderson, Lecturer in International Development with Research Methods, School of Politics and International Studies Dr Anderson was runner-up for the prestigious International Studies Association (ISA) Global Health Section Book Prize for her new book entitled Gender, HIV and Risk: Navigating structural violence, and contributed to drafting the Government of Malawi’s National Gender and HIV Policy (2015-2020). Dr Erin Dawkins, former PhD student, School of Earth and Environment. Dr Dawkins won the International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy Young Scientist Award for 2015. She was nominated for her research on upper atmosphere metal layers. Jade French, PhD student, School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies Jade won the #BeACritic competition to find the best emerging arts critics. Dr Jessica Meyer, University Academic Fellow in Legacies of War, School of History Dr Meyer has been recognised for her work leading the medicine and war strand of the successful Legacies of War Centenary Project. She is PI on a European Research Council Starting Grant ‘Men, Women and Care’ project, examining the gendering of caregiving in interwar Britain. She contributed to the design and delivery of the successful MOOC on Changing Faces of Heroism and was shortlisted for the 2014 BBC/AHRC New Generation Thinkers competition.
Dr Joslin McKinney, Associate Professor in Scenography, School of Performance and Cultural Industries Dr McKinney was appointed as the chair of the international jury for The Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space, a major festival of performance and international exhibition of scenography and architecture. Dr Kate Marks, Development of undergraduate interest in research Pathology and Tumour Biology, Leeds Institute of Cancer and Pathology Dr Marks is recognised for her work in LEADERS, a medical student research society; as well as her help with the Academy of Medical Sciences INSPIRE programme, and her work on establishing the pathology research society, PERKS. Dr Louise Bryant, Associate Professor in Medical Psychology, Leeds Institute of Health Sciences Dr Bryant is recognised for her research into the psychology of antenatal fetal abnormality screening, which has informed national and local professional practice, education and public engagement. Professor Nicola Stonehouse, School of Molecular and Cellular Biology, The Astbury Centre for Structural Molecular Biology Professor Stonehouse has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology. Dr Stella Butler, University Librarian and Keeper of the Brotherton Collection Dr Butler has been elected as Chair of the Designation Panel, Arts Council England 2015-18 Dr Teela Sanders, Professor in Sociology, School of Sociology and Social Policy Dr Sanders was awarded a place in the Northern Lights Top 50 for her high profile and influential voice on the UK sex industry. Her research has had a direct role in changing policy, regulation and the operation of the strip-based entertainment industry in the UK.