Awards and Prizes

Approximate dates for SETAC AU Awards can be found below. The actual award submission deadlines can be found below or the Student Awards and Prizes page.

AwardApplication OpenApplications Due 
SETAC AU Early-Career MedalJanuary 2021March 2021
SETAC AU Mid-Career MedalJanuary 2021March 2021
SETAC AU International Conference AwardMid April 2020Late June 2020
SETAC AU Technical Staff AwardJanuary 2021March 2021
Student AwardsApplications OpenApplications Due
SETAC AU Postgrad Research Publication AwardMid April 2020Late June 2020
SETAC AU Thesis PrizeMid April 2020Late June 2020
Science Technology Australia EventsExpressions of Interest OpenExpressions of Interest DueApproximate Event Date
Science meets ParliamentMayJune26th - 27th November 2019
Science meets BusinessJune/JulyAugustOctober/November
Science meets PolicymakersAprilMayJuly/August

SETAC AU Early-Career Medal

This medal will be awarded in recognition for excellence in scientific work in Australasia that has involved substantial environmental toxicology and chemistry, or for service to environmental toxicology and chemistry in Australasia, over the past five years.

Applications are currently closed. The next round is likely to open early 2021, please come back then.

SETAC AU Mid-Career Medal

This medal will be awarded in recognition for excellence in scientific work in Australasia that has involved substantial environmental toxicology and chemistry, or for service to environmental toxicology and chemistry in Australasia, over the past ten years.

Applications are currently closed. The next round is likely to open early 2021, please come back then.

SETAC AU Technical Staff Award

Much of the science that underpins our society is based on data generated by highly skilled and extremely diligent technical staff. This award seeks to recognise the irreplaceable contribution these members make to environmental toxicology and chemistry in Australasia.

Applications are currently closed. The next round is likely to open early 2021, please come back then.

Science Meets Parliament (SmP) Ambassador Award

What is SmP?

Science meets Parliament (SmP) is the major event hosted by Science & Technology Australia (STA). This event was first hosted in 1999 and takes place in Canberra in mid-March during non-election years. Science meets Parliament (SmP) brings together about 200 of Australia’s top scientists and puts them face to face with the decision makers in Canberra. Participants include parliamentarians, staffers, lobbyists and journalists plus scientists from all disciplines.

This setting provides scientists with the opportunity to interact with politicians, policy makers and the media and gives you an opportunity to look at your science from a different perspective. A range of topics are available including science in the media, the influence of science on policy making, the impact of science on Australia’s economy and environment and its understanding in the broader community.

Applications are currently closed. The next round is likely to open mid 2020, please come back then.