Charles Sturt University
Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation

Celebrating success at the Graham Centre

Members of the Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation have celebrated another successful year of research and collaboration.

The Centre’s Awards Celebration was an opportunity to network with colleagues and recognise the achievements of our members.

Congratulations to our 2018 award recipients:

Graham Centre Award Winners, Raylene Heath, Michelle Toutounji, Thomas Williams, Adam Frew, John Broster, Leslie Weston and Forough AtaollahiAward for the Highest Research Income

Awarded to the researcher who achieved the Highest Research Income in 2017 (NB: this only applies to research income administered by CSU)

Plant Systems Pathway – Dr Ben Stodart

Livestock Systems Pathway – Professor Bing Wang

Grain and Meat Quality Pathway – Professor Chris Blanchard

Award for Highest Number of Publications 2017 (first author)

Awarded to the researcher who achieved the highest number of publications (journals, books and book chapters) during 2017

Dr Benjamin Holman

Award for Highest Number of Publications 2017 (any author)

Awarded to the researcher who achieved the highest number of publications (journals, books and book chapters) during 2017

Professor Chris Blanchard

Outstanding Media Coverage & Research Promotion Student Award

Ms Forough Ataollahi

Outstanding Media Coverage & Research Promotion Researcher Award

Professor Leslie Weston

Engagement Award

Awarded to the researcher or student who has raised the profile of the Centre through research collaboration and outreach activities in 20187

Plant Systems Pathway – Dr John Broster

Livestock Systems Pathway – Dr Shawn McGrath

Grain and Meat Quality Pathway – Dr Michael Campbell

Industry Achievement Award

A special award in 2018 recognising research expertise. Dr Broster's research paper was selected to be the most outstanding paper in weed technology by the Weed Science Society of America Awards Committee

Dr John Broster

Postgraduate Student/Postdoctoral Fellow Service Award

Awarded to the postgraduate student or postdoctoral fellow who has shown outstanding service amongst Graham Centre Research by Higher Degree Students and Postdoctoral Fellows in 2018

Plant Systems Pathway – Dr Adam Frew

Livestock Systems Pathway – Mr Thomas Williams

Grain and Meat Quality Pathway - Ms Michelle Toutounji

Service Award

For the member who has gone above and beyond, showing recognisable contribution to the Centre’s operations in 2018

Ms Raylene Heath

 

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