There are five categories to the awards:
• The Award for Prospect Research Impact
• The Award for Prospect Research Innovation
• The Award for Prospect Research Analytics
• The Award for Outstanding Contribution to Prospect Research
• The Rising Star Award
These awards are open to researchers within the higher education and non-profit community. You can nominate a colleague or someone else, and you can nominate yourself. The judges are looking for outstanding contributions from an individual researchers or a research team.
The awards, established in 2013, are run by the Researchers in Fundraising special interest group of the Institute of Fundraising.
Entries to the Researchers in Fundraising Awards 2015 must be submitted by 5pm on 30 October 2015.
The awards ceremony will take place after the 2015 Annual Conference, from 4.30pm to 6pm on 23rd November 2015, at The Amnesty International Human Rights Action Centre in London.
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