Scopus Young Researcher of the Year runner up in Humanities & Social Sciences

Posted 17 October 2012

Congratulations to Associate Professor Michelle Moulds, who was the first runner up in the Humanities & Social Sciences Scopus Young Researchers Award for 2012. The Scopus Young Researcher Awards recognise outstanding young scientists and researchers in Australasia who have made significant contributions in their areas of research. The winners and finalists for the Awards are selected by an independent panel of three experts per category. Applicants are evaluated largely based on the key criteria: research impact, external impact, and esteem contribution.