Federal Minister's Award for Early Career Housing Researcher

About

The Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) is committed to encouraging excellence in housing and urban research, and to support continuous professional development opportunities that sustain and grow Australia’s research capabilities in this field.

The Federal Minister's Award for Early Career Housing Researcher is sponsored by AHURI and awarded at each Australasian Housing Researchers Conference.

The purpose of the Federal Minister's Award for Early Career Housing Researcher is to recognise excellence among those beginning their careers in housing and urban research.

 

Award 2015

The next Federal Minister's Award for Early Career Housing Researcher will be presented at the Australasian Housing Researcher Conference in Hobart (18-20 February 2015). A cash prize of $500 and trophy provided by AHURI will be presented to the award winner at the conference dinner on Thursday 19 February 2015.

To find out more about the Australasian Housing Researchers Conference 2015, click here.
 
To find out more about the judging process for the Federal Minister's Award for Early Career Housing Researcher 2015, click here.

Past recipients

2014 No Australasian Housing Researchers Conference held
 
2012 Ms Deb Batterham
Hanover Welfare Services
 
2010 Dr Lucy Groenhart
RMIT University
 
2009 Dr Louise Crabtree
University of Western Sydney
 
2007 Dr Tony Gilmour
Sydney University
   
2006 Dr Emma Baker
AHURI Southern Research Centre


Last updated: 22 Dec 2014