Professor Frostick CBE has had a long and distinguished career in the Geological Sciences, receiving UKRI support for a range of projects.
Until 2014, she was a Professor of Physical Geography at the University of Hull. She also led development of the Total Environment Simulator at the University, a state-of-the-art facility located at The Deep aquarium.
The facility was ahead of its time and remains a world-leading experimental facility designed for modelling the movement of water and sediment under a wide range of environmental conditions.
Professor Frostick CBE was the first female Honorary Secretary (1988-91), and second female President of the Geological Society of London (2008-2010). She has chaired the UK expert group for women in STEM and received the UKRC Outstanding Women Achievement Award in 2009.
Speaking about her CBE, Professor Dan Parsons – Director at the Energy & Environment Institute – said: "I am delighted Professor Frostick has been recognised with this honour. She has been an inspiration through her sustained science excellence and leadership over a number of years.