Photo by Jason van Weenen, Pteropus poliocephalus

Adolph Bolliger Award

The Adolph Bolliger Award commemorates Adolph Bolliger (1897-1962), a distinguished Australian mammalogist and founding member of the Society. The award is made for the best spoken presentation by a student at an Annual Meeting of the Society.

The award consists of a certificate and a monetary prize. The value and mode of payment will be determined by the Council and published with the call for nominations each year.

Conditions

  • Only student members of the Society are eligible.
  • The applicant must be the sole or senior author of the paper for which the award is made.
  • In the case of multiple authors, students must provide to Council a statement describing the contribution of other authors to the research.
  • Submitted applications will be short-listed by the Council for consideration for the award prior to the Annual Meeting.
  • A judging panel will be appointed by the Council to assess short-listed applicants for the award at the Annual Scientific Meeting.
  • Bolliger Award recipients are eligible for a Student Travel Award but not the John Seebeck Award.

How to apply

To apply, please complete the Student Awards application form, providing an extended abstract of 450–500 words, including background, methods, results and discussion for your study (N.B. the extended abstract is submitted separately from abstracts provided to the Annual Scientific Meeting organising committee).

Applications must be submitted to chris.pavey@csiro.au by the 19th August 2016.

Recipients

2014    Katie Ballantyne, University of Queensland

2013    Alexandra Carthey, University of Sydney

2012    Rachel Harris, University of Tasmania

2011    Elizabeth Burgess, University of Queensland

2010    Louise Pastro, University of Sydney

2009    Natasha Czarny, University of New England

2008    Lisa Warnecke, University of New England

2007    Euan Ritchie, James Cook University

2006    Ellen Menkhorst, University of Melbourne

2005    Marissa Parrott, University of Melbourne

2004    Karen Marsh, Australian National University

2003    Jenny Martin, University of Melbourne

2002    Damien Paris,  University of Melbourne

2001    Andrea Griffin, Macquarie University

2000    Rodney van der Ree

1999    Karen Firestone

1998    Mark Garkaklis, Murdoch University

1997    Vaughan Monamy, University of New South Wales and Martine Long, Adelaide University