Faculty of Arts staff commended in research awards
Page last published: 16 Aug 2013
Five academic staff from the Faculty of Arts had been selected as Highly Commended in the Macquarie University Research Excellence Awards, a recognition program that acknowledges outstanding research projects submitted by staff and higher degree research students.
Congratulations to the following staff and their research teams:
Excellence in Research – Social Sciences, Business & Humanities
- Dr Yann Tristant - "The earliest funerary boat ever found in Egypt (c. 2900 BC). Archaeological excavation of a 1st Dynasty elite cemetery at Abu Rawash"
- Dr Jaye McKenzie-Clark and Professor John Magnussen (Australian School of Advanced Medicine) - "Dual Energy CT for the non-destructive analysis of ancient ceramics"
Early Career Researcher of the Year – Social Sciences, Business & Humanities
The Jim Piper Award for Excellence in Research Leadership
Winners from each category will be announced on 23 October 2013.