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John Seebeck Travel Award

The John Seebeck Travel Award is made in recognition of the contribution of long-standing member John Seebeck (1939–2003).  It is awarded to a student member who has received a Travel Award who has presented the best spoken paper or poster at the Annual Scientific Meeting.

The award consists of a monetary prize, typically of a sum larger than that made available for the Student Travel Awards.

Conditions

  • Only student members of the Society are eligible for the award.
  • Award is available only to recipients of a Student Travel Award at the Annual Meeting.

How to apply

Please refer to instructions for the Student Travel Award.

John Seebeck Travel Award Recipients

2015

2014    Channing Hughes, Univbersity of Sydney

2013    Jemma Cripps, University of Melbourne

2012    Bronwyn Fancourt, University of Tasmania

2011    Greta Frankham, University of Melbourne

2009    Tara Draper, Monash University

2008    Elsa Glanville, University of Sydney

2006    Jane DeGabriel, Australian National University

2005    Greg Holland, Deakin University