This is a SETAC AU award that recognizes the publication of original research by higher degree by research (HDR) students. The students are recognised for being lead author on a peer-reviewed research manuscript published in an international journal. The purpose of the award is to encourage students to publish their research and to promote this research to the broader SETAC community. The research must have a significant impact (or potential impact) in the field.
Nominations should be emailed to the SETAC-AU Secretary at email@example.com by Friday 28th May 2021.
Receipt of this award acknowledges the high quality and impact of original research published by the postgraduate student, and the contribution of this research to the field of Environmental Toxicology and/or Chemistry.
Candidates may self-nominate, or can be nominated by their research supervisor(s). Nominations should include:
The winner will be invited to prepare a one-page research highlights segment for SETAC-AU Endpoint to convey their research findings to the SETAC-AU community. A certificate will be presented to the winner with a cash award of $500, ideally presented at the SETAC-AU annual conference dinner.
The award is to be presented at the SETAC-AU conference to an enrolled higher degree research (HDR) student who in the opinion of the assessment panel has published the best research paper in the 12 months prior to the nomination closing date.
If a student or research paper is nominated that does not meet one or more of the eligibility criteria, a further explanation (max 100 words) must be provided that makes a case to the assessment panel as to why an exception should be made.
Papers will be judged the SETAC-AU council, with a minimum quorum of two members who may seek referees' reports based on:
SETAC AU awards the Thesis Prize for the best honours, masters, or postgraduate diploma thesis submitted in the past 12 months.
This is a SETAC AU award that recognizes the publication of original research by higher degree research students.
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