Dr Dorothée Boulanger, Junior Research Fellow in Modern Languages at Jesus College, has been presented with an Award for Excellence by the University’s Humanities Division.
The Awards for Excellence Scheme is a University-led initiative that recognises staff contributions to the work of the University, and rewards exceptional individual contributions
Dorothée, who joined Oxford in 2018 and holds a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship at the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, was given the award for ‘consistently demonstrating exceptional performance significantly above that which might be expected’.
She says, “I believe I received this award because of my work at faculty and divisional level as ECR rep, and for my implication in diversity and equality initiatives and committees. I am very happy and grateful to see my engagement with the institution rewarded after two difficult years juggling childcare and ECR precarity in a pandemic. I would like to thank Professors Dan Grimley, Stephen Tuck and Almut Suerbaum for this award, and their support.”
The Award for Excellence, which includes a financial prize, was made by a special panel convened in the Humanities Division.
Read more about Dorothée’s academic background and research here.