ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science prizes


Dr Paul Spence receives an award from ARCCSS Director Prof Andy Pitman for outstanding contribution to the Centre in 2014.

To nurture and reward ambition and strong performance ARCCSS offers three prizes each year.

  • Best published paper by an Early Career Researcher
  • Best published paper by an Honours, Masters or PhD student
  • Director’s Prize for the most outstanding contribution to the Centre.

Recipients of the first two prizes are awarded $500 and a certificate while the winner of the Director’s prize receives $750.

Past prize winners illustrate the Centre’s role in enabling high impact science to flourish, particularly amongst its students and ECRs.

For more information or for a copy of the Centre prize protocol,  contact Stephen Gray [stephen.gray@unsw.edu.au]

 

Awarded in 2014 (for 2013 accomplishments)

  • Best published paper by an Early Career Researcher: Eric Oliver
  • Best published paper by an Honours, Masters or PhD student: Tess Parker  
  • Director’s prize for the most outstanding contribution to the Centre: Dr Paul Spence

 

Awarded in 2013 (for 2012 accomplishments)

  • Best published paper by an Early Career Researcher: Erik van Sebille
  • Best published paper by an Honours, Masters or PhD student: Adele Morison
  • Director’s prize for the most outstanding contribution to the Centre: Dr Sophie Lewis
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