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Human Insights Conference Presenters Awarded

The Research Society’s Human Insights Conference was held during Research Week over two days. There were 5 award categories voted on during the conference which were presented at the Research Awards Night last week in Melbourne & Sydney.

The Conference Awards recognise intellectual rigour, thought leadership and presentation skills at the annual Research Society National Conference.

The two day conference was live streamed and is still available for purchase to rewatch the entire recorded content for 12 months. Click here to purchase the recorded access.

Check out all the pics from The Research Society Research Awards 2020-21 Awards Night here: http://researchawards.com.au/photo-gallery

Best Presentation Award:

Sam Paul The Behavioural Architects
Dishonesty: Designing for a very human tendency.

People’s Choice Award:

Mark Hobart The Lab, Ngaia Calder Kmart, Bethan Whaley Nature
Beauty and the Beast: Kmart and the beauty category.

Young Presenter Award:

Emma Hetherington Fiftyfive5
Climate Compass: Segmenting Australians to unify the climate change movement.

Most Engaging Production Award:

Mark Hobart The Lab, Ngaia Calder Kmart, Bethan Whaley Nature
Beauty and the Beast: Kmart and the beauty category.

Most Inspring Award:

Clifford Lewis Charles Sturt University, Michael Mehmet  University of Wollongong
Towards Better Practices in Researching the LGBTQI Communities.

Emma Hetherington Fiftyfive5 – Young Presenter Award

Check out all the pics from The Research Society Research Awards 2020-21 Awards Night here: http://researchawards.com.au/photo-gallery

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