|THE MARSH AWARD FOR EARLY CAREER ENTOMOLOGIST - in conjunction with the Marsh Christian Trust, who fund the prize|
|Award Criteria||For an early career contribution to Entomological Science that is judged to be outstanding or exemplary with single or ongoing impact on the science. The Award is 'open' and not restricted to any particular discipline or specialised area of entomological science.|
|Prize||£1000 and Certificate.|
|Eligibility||Any person whose work, or contribution, meets the Criteria. There are no geographic restrictions.|
|Cycle||Annual; nominations accepted until 31st December in any year, winner announced early in following year.|
|Adjudication||By a panel consisting of, the President, two senior Fellows and the Chairman or representative of the Marsh Christian Trust.|
|Entry||By letter of nomination from a Fellow of the Society, or, a person of standing in the field of entomological science. Additional letters of support welcome. The nomination should give as full a profile of the nominee as is possible with special emphasis on relevance to the Award Criteria. All entries to the Registrar at the Mansion House. It is a condition of entry that the winner of the Award shall attend the annual Ento (or other nominated) meeting to receive it, at the Society's expense.|
|Further information||Link to Website|
|Leaflet||Click here to download leaflet|
|THE MARSH AWARD FOR AN EARLY CAREER ENTOMOLOGIST PRIZEWINNERS|
Chris Hassall FRES, University of Leeds
David George FRES, Stockbridge Technology Centre. (Editor of the RES bulletin Antenna)
Donald A'Bear, Cardiff University.
Tom Oliver, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, is the second recipient of this award.
Mrs Jenni Stockan, The James Hutton Institute, is the first recipient of this award.