Professor Camilla Gilmore wins Vice-Chancellor's award

Professor Camilla Gilmore's dedication to research recognised with Vice-Chancellor's award.

Congratulations to Camilla Gilmore, Professor of Mathematical Cognition in the Department of Mathematics Education, who has won a Loughborough University Vice-Chancellor's award for her research leadership work on open research and the new £8m Centre for Early Mathematics Learning project.

Every September, the Vice-Chancellor will host an Annual Awards Ceremony to recognise, honour and celebrate members of the University Community who have achieved amazing things. These awards will recognise the ways our staff both individuals and in teams have demonstrated their commitment to the University aims and values, especially around togetherness.

Camilla was recognised for research leadership work which has included developing a high performing research environment in the department. She was also commended for her work on setting up the Centre for Early Mathematics Learning (CEML), which was launch in June 2022. Then CEML project is a collaboration of 21 experts from seven institutions including Loughborough, who will carry out pioneering research focused on children’s early mathematics learning. Find out more about CEML by visiting