Fellows and awards

From ground-breaking research centres and groups to pioneering academics, outstanding researchers and exceptional contributors to social innovation and environmental impact through enterprise, the University is home to a wide range of award-winning individuals in a variety of fields.

Excellence and ambition are in ample evidence amongst the University’s community. The University values all our recipients of Royal honours, highly cited researchers, Fellows of the Royal Society, the Royal Academy of Engineering, and many other Learned Societies, Regius Chair and a myriad of medal and award winners. All such esteem is built on the efforts and strength of the University’s community, and we celebrate and champion their achievements below.

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University honours, prizes and awards

  • Food and Nutrition for Health (2017)
  • Safe drinking water and sanitation (2011)
  • Ion beams and optoelectronic devices (2002)
  • Engineering for the space industry (1996)

Find out more about the Queen’s Anniversary Prize

Queen’s Anniversary Prize

The Queen's Anniversary Prizes for Higher and Further Education are the UK’s most prestigious form of national recognition open to a UK academic or vocational institution. The University of Surrey has been awarded this prize four times.

Honours

Fellowships

Awards

  • Professor Alf Adams (alongside three others for their pioneering work on strained-layer laser structures)