ATSE administers a number of awards including:
The Batterham Medal is an Early Career Award for a graduate engineer who has achieved substantial peer/industry recognition for his/her work in the past five years. The Academy administers the award on behalf of the Group of Eight Deans of Engineering and Associates.
The Clunies Ross Awards have a proud 25-year tradition of recognising contributions by dedicated individuals who have shared their vision and knowledge with others to apply technology for the benefit of Australia.
The ICM Agrifood Award recognises and acknowledges the outstanding work of two early career scientists or technologists who have achieved substantial peer/industry recognition for his/her work in a field critical to continued improvement of the overall Australian food sector in the past five years. Winners each receive a cash prize of $5000, sponsored by ICM Agribusiness, one of Australia’s major agribusiness groups, and administered by ATSE.
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