Applying for a Young Tall Poppy Award in 2022 - Information Session

Course description

You might want to apply for the Young Tall Poppy Awards if you are:

  • Passionate about science and committed to outreach and community engagement
  • An early-career researcher between 3 to 10 years post-PhD
  • In any field of science, including biomedical, engineering, mathematics, technology, and other applied and cross-disciplinary sciences, including the social/behavioural sciences such as archaeology and psychology.

The Young Tall Poppy Science Awards recognise excellence in research achievement as well as excellence and passion in outreach and community engagement to promote scientific understanding and engagement. More information about the awards including eligibility criteria is available at:

Please join us to learn more about the awards from Dr Julie-Anne Popple, SA Outreach Officer, Tall Poppy Campaign. Dr Popple will explain this opportunity, the benefits for the award winners, and tips for applicants.

You will also hear from past award winners from Flinders who will talk about their applications and the impact of the Award on their careers.

This session will be online via MS Teams and a link will be sent to you via calendar invitation prior to the session.

For more information contact Dr Jen Beaudry, Manager, Researcher Training, Development and Communication.

Type of course

Information Session

Who should attend

  • ECRs from scientific disciplines including archaeology, palaeontology, hydrology, engineering, mathematics, psychology, medical research and technology considering applying for a Young Tall Poppy Award.

What you will learn

  • Application details
  • How to approach the application
  • Perspectives of past winners

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