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IHURER blog wins Principal’s Prize

Dr. Kirsten Besemer, Research Associate at IHURER, was awarded the Principal’s Prize in the early-career researcher category, for creating and editing the IHURER blog. The Principal’s Public Engagement Prize is awarded annually to academics, early career staff and PhD students. The award recognises an individual or team’s ability to reach new audiences.

At the ceremony a film was shown about Kirsten’s work on the blog. This film can be watched below.

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Kirsten Besemer, with Principal Professor Steve Chapman and Deputy Principal Professor Alan Miller

2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Well played Kirsten,

    best wishes,

    Steve

    August 1, 2013
  2. Thanks Steve! And best of luck at Durham Uni,

    Kirsten

    August 7, 2013

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