The 2013 winners of the Vice-Chancellor's Awards for Research Excellence were announced at an awards dinner on 17 October. Please click on the categories for the Vice-Chancellor's Awards for Research Excellence listed below to view the 2013 winners for each.
- The Chancellor’s Medal for Exceptional Research
- UTS Medal for Teaching and Research Integration
- Early Career Research Excellence
- Research Support
- Researcher Development (including Supervision)
- Research Excellence through Partnership
- Research Leadership
The Chancellor's Medal for Exceptional Research
The 2013 winner is Professor Matt Wand, from the Faculty of Science.
Congratulations also go to the Highly Commended entry from Professor Guoxiu Wang, also from the Faculty of Science.
UTS Medal for Teaching and Research Integration
The 2013 winner is Associate Professor Peter Aubusson, from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Associate Professor Louise McWhinnie, Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building, was Highly Commended.
Early Career Research Excellence
There were joint winners in this category in 2013.
Highly Commended was Dr. Min-Hsiu Hsieh, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology.
The 2013 winner is Sybille Frank, from the Equity and Diversity Unit.
Congratulations also go to the members of the Highly Commended team from Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology: Phyllis Agius, Dan Gollan, Timothy Kevin, Angel Lawah, Gunasmin Lye, George Pang and Craig Shuard.
Researcher Development (including supervision)
Dr. Nicholas Hopwood, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, was also recognised with a Highly Commended award.
Research Excellence through Partnership
There were joint winners in this category for 2013.
Congratulations to Professor Phil Doble, from the Faculty of Science, and the team from the Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation: Sheena Arora, Jody Church, Paula Cronin, Dr. Stephen Goodall, Professor Marion Haas, Changhao Hou, Dr. Richard Norman and Bonny Parkinson
The 2013 winner is Professor Lesley Hitchens, from the Faculty of Law.
Highly Commended was awarded to Professor Ian Charles, from the Faculty of Science.
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