Hammermen Awards 2020

On Thursday 26th November three young engineers from industry, College and University who had won the most prestigious of our Hammermen prizes were presented with their awards.

We presented our winners with their prizes slightly differently this year, in an online event, which was our first venture into this new way of communicating with those outside of the Master Court.

Our three winners are:

Colin Scouller – Thales Engineering – Winner of the Scottish Engineering Award
Katie Lyon – Glasgow Caledonian University – Winner of the Prince Philip Prize
James Galbraith – Glasgow Clyde College – Winner of the Prince Philip Prize

Find out a little bit more about our 2020 winners and watch our awards ceremony below.


Colin Scouller

Scottish Engineering Award Winner

Colin is an experienced Mechanical Engineering Manager at Thales Engineering, with a demonstrated history in mechanical engineering.

Katie Lyon

Prince Philip Prize Winner

Katie has just recently completed her part time course in Computer Aided Mechanical Engineering gaining a 1st class honours degree whilst working for Worley Petrochemical division in Glasgow.  

James Galbraith

Prince Philip Prize Winner

James is presently completing his 2nd year of his HNC in Mechanical Engineering on a part time basis, as he is presently a 3rd year apprentice employed by Valve Control Ltd in East Kilbride. James plays rugby for GHA and has also been involved with various charity events, that have been close to his heart. 


Watch the 2020 Awards Ceremony


Apply for 2021 Awards

Applications are now open for the 2021 Hammermen Awards.