The John and Anne Phillips Award
This award is made annually by the Society to the undergraduate at the University of Hull submitting the best geological mapping project during the year.
In 2021 the prize was awarded to Amber Finch for her research poster on “Evaluating the fate of elements during weathering: a case study in tropical weathering.” Due to Covid field work was not possible but this research work was outstanding.
In 2020 the prize was awarded to Jack Connell for his dissertation on “The Carboneras Fault Zone (SE Spain). Due to Covid the prize was awarded in 2021.
In 2019 the prize was awarded to Kelly Wood for her dissertation, Reconstructing the Early-Middle Jurassic paleoenvironments preserved in the southeast of the Isle of Raasay, Scotland.
In 2018 there were 2 prizewinners, each given £200:
Jack Johnson for his fieldwork on the geological history of the Isle of Kerrera, Scotland.
Rebecca Hopkins for her fieldwork on the relationship between glacial landforms and geology in Cwm Idwal and Gylderau, Snowdonia.
In 2017 the prize was awarded to Harry Johnson for his geological map of the same island, Kerrera.
In 2016 the prize was awarded to Tom Rowe for his geological map of the Isle of Kerrera, Scotland.