Call for nominations for IFLA Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award!

Call for nominations for IFLA Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award!

The Jellicoe Award recognises living landscape architects whose achievements and contributions have had a unique and lasting impact on the welfare of society and the environment and on the promotion of the profession of landscape architecture. The award is bestowed annually on individuals whose work and achievements inspire landscape architects around the world. The award is bestowed annually on individuals whose work and achievements inspire landscape architects around the world.

Nominations for the 2020 Jellicoe Award must be submitted by March 1, 2020.Nominations can be made by any individual anywhere in the world.Nominations can be made from IFLA delegates, individual members, member associations and allied organisations.

The award recipient will be identified through a nomination and jury selection process. The recipient will be invited to attend the IFLA World Congress, where the winner will be announced.

2020 Submission requirements

Purpose

The IFLA Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award is the highest honour that the International Federation of Landscape Architects can bestow. The Jellicoe Award recognises living landscape architects whose achievements and contributions have had a unique and lasting impact on the welfare of society and the environment and on the promotion of the profession of landscape architecture.

The award is bestowed annually on individuals whose work and achievements inspire landscape architects around the world. The annual award is open to landscape architects throughout the world. The nominee must be an academic, or practitioner, whose merit, talent and actions are respected internationally. Accomplishments may be in landscape planning, design or management; improvement in the quality of human settlements or environments; or landscape architectural education.

Eligibility

Nominations can be made by IFLA member associations, delegates, members and members of allied professional organizations, as well as private individuals. Nominations must be submitted in English and include the following information:

Procedure for Making a Nomination

1. A letter of nomination, no longer than three pages, describing the nominee’s qualifications for the award, including:
2. A letter of support from a secondary source must be submitted if someone other than a member association is the nominator. The letter should confirm the accuracy of the nomination.

- Professional work and/or teaching and publications;

- Review of the nominee’s international contribution;

- Academic background and achievements;

- Other relevant information, such as highlights of their experience ingiving lectures, research/ innovation, practice, professional organisations, publishing, and any other international pursuits.

3. Contact information for both the nominator(s) and nominee, including name, address, email address and phone contact information.

***Deadline March 1, 2020***

Nominations for the Jellicoe Award must be submitted electronically to the Administrative Headquarters of the International Federation of Landscape Architects in care of: Sally Robertshaw, Executive Secretary, International Federation of Landscape Architects: admin@iflaworld.org

The award recipient will be identified through a nomination and jury selection process. In agreeing to be nominated, nominees must agree to present a lecture on their work at the IFLA World Congress, and/or other suitable fora, in the event of winning the award, and that they are willing to travel to the 2020 IFLA World Congress in Penang, Malaysia from 13–15 August, 2020 to accept the award.
The Nomination Committee includes representatives from all five regions of IFLA, who represent the range of academic, public and private practice and have a thorough knowledge of the profession, its key practitioners, and international practice.

Candidate Selection Nomination Committee

The Nomination Committee initiates a search for an appropriate candidate by soliciting nominations from IFLA World Council members, member associations and independent sources. The Committee also develops nominations to help ensure a broad range of qualified nominees for consideration as final candidates.

After the Nomination Committee agrees on a list of suitable final candidates for the Award, it will seek the agreement of each candidate to be so nominated, and then obtain additional information supporting their nomination.

The Awards Jury comprises 5–7 members—a Chair and at least one member from each region of IFLA. The World Council may appoint a “Guest Member” from an allied profession for a one year term. The Jury adopts its own working procedures, establishing criteria for assessment in terms of the purpose of the Award and the categories of nominations. Upon completion of their work, the Jury submits a written report to the IFLA President. The report and its result remain confidential until the award winner has been officially announced by the IFLA President at the 2020 IFLA World Congress.

The award recipient will be notified by the IFLA President and invited to attend the IFLA World Congress, where the winner will be announced, the award will be presented, and the winner will make a presentation of his/her work at a suitable function in conjunction with the Congress. The content of the presentation will be made available for IFLA use.
Questions regarding the award or the nomination and selection process should be directed to: Gareth Doherty, ASLA, Chair, Nomination Committee, IFLA Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award: gdoherty@gsd.harvard.edu, Tel: + 1 617 496 4500.

Procedure for the Award For More information

The award commemorates the outstanding contributions to IFLA of the President of Honour Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe of Great Britain who served IFLA as founding President from 1948–1954. Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe was a leading landscape architect with a career spanning almost seventy years. Born in 1900, he was a trained architect but his prime interest was in landscape architecture. Jellicoe’s rich career enabled the creation of many inspiring projects, from Cheddar Gorge to the Kennedy Memorial at Runnymede, thought to be one of his greatest works. He was a founding member (1929) and then President of the British Institute of Landscape Architects (the ILA, now the LI) and was knighted for services to landscape architecture in 1979. In 1994, he was awarded the Royal Horticultural Society’s highest award, the Victoria Medal of Honour.

Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe: 1900–96

The award commemorates the outstanding contributions to IFLA of the President of Honour Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe of Great Britain who served IFLA as founding President from 1948–1954. Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe was a leading landscape architect with a career spanning almost seventy years. Born in 1900, he was a trained architect but his prime interest was in landscape architecture. Jellicoe’s rich career enabled the creation of many inspiring projects, from Cheddar Gorge to the Kennedy Memorial at Runnymede, thought to be one of his greatest works. He was a founding member (1929) and then President of the British Institute of Landscape Architects (the ILA, now the LI) and was knighted for services to landscape architecture in 1979. In 1994, he was awarded the Royal Horticultural Society’s highest award, the Victoria Medal of Honour.

Please visit IFLA website: https://www.iflaworld.com/sgja-2020-call-for-nominations for the complete call for nominations, timetable, and submission requirements.

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