Call For Nominations- Award for Outstanding Research and Innovation
The Canadian Beef Industry Award for Outstanding Research and Innovation is presented by the Beef Cattle Research Council (BCRC) each year to recognize a researcher or scientist whose work has contributed to advancements in the competitiveness and sustainability of the Canadian beef industry.
Nominations are welcome from all industry stakeholders. Download the nomination form here. Nominations must be submitted to email@example.com no later than May 1st with three or more letters of support that speak to the nominee’s influence on Canada’s beef industry.
To be eligible, nominees must be Canadian citizens or landed immigrants actively involved in research of benefit to the Canadian beef industry within the past 5 years. Benefit to the Canadian beef industry must be evident in a strong research program aligned with industry priorities, a demonstrated passion and long-term commitment through leadership, teamwork, and mentorship, involvement in ongoing education and training (where applicable), and active engagement with industry stakeholders. Areas of research pertaining to the beef industry may include:
- agricultural economics
- animal health and welfare
- beef quality
- environmental stewardship
- feed efficiency
- feed grains
- food safety
- forage and grassland production
- genetic improvements
- social license to operate
- technology transfer
- development of industry program(s)
- other areas pertaining to the competitiveness and sustainability of the Canadian beef industry
- 2022 – Yousef Papadopoulos, PhD
- 2021 – Surya Acharya, PhD
- 2020 – Karen Beauchemin, PhD
- 2019 – John Campbell, DVM, DVSc
- 2018 – Eugene Janzen, DVM
- 2017 – Karen Schwartzkopf-Genswein, PhD
- 2016 – Tim McAllister, PhD
- 2015 – John McKinnon, PhD
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