This RCGS award, named in honour of the Society’s founder, Charles Camsell, was established by the Society’s Board of Governors in 1992.
The purpose of the Camsell Medal is to bestow recognition upon, and to express the Society’s appreciation to, individuals who have
given outstanding service to the Society. The presentation of the Award(s) is normally made by the President at the annual
College of Fellows Dinner of the Society.
Only RCGS Fellows may nominate individuals for the Camsell Medal.
How to nominate
Please consider long-serving volunteers to the Society when considering who might be an outstanding nominee.
A nomination may be for one or more persons.
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LISTING OF RECIPIENTS
A complete listing of Camsell Medal recipients since its inception in 1992.
“I grew up hearing all about the Sydney steel mill, the tar ponds and the controversy over the cleanup. The more I read and learned, the more my curiosity was piqued. It seemed a natural area for me to take my studies.”
— Hannah MacDonald,
Mount Allison University