INQUA Congress 2019, Dublin – AQUA Travel awards
AQUA is offering four $3000 (AUD) travel prizes to post-graduate students or early-career researchers to fund attendance for the INQUA congress in Dublin, Ireland (http://www.inqua2019.org) on 25th to 31st July, 2019. Full criteria and required forms can be found on the Application Form.
Please return the completed application forms via email to Tim Cohen (email@example.com) by the 28th January 2019.
Life Membership of AQUA
The AQUA Constitution (in section “10 Membership categories”) describes that:
A Life member is a person who has made an outstanding contribution to Quaternary Studies over a substantial period of years or who has provided exceptional long-term service and support to the Association. A Life membership is proposed by the Committee and must be approved by a general meeting. Life members are not expected to pay fees and may choose to receive any publications produced by the Association.
(Please also note that a previous version of our Constitution had a statement that – A Life membership cannot be proposed if the number of Life members exceeds 5 percent of the total number of members. This statement was removed after at a Special General Meeting held on 31/5/2107)
Current life members include: Jim Bowler, Eric Colhoun, John Chappell, Peter Kershaw, John Magee (2014) and Matt McGlone (2016).
The AQUA executive normally makes a call for the nomination of Life Members in the lead up to a Biennial Conference and they are announced soon after.
AQUA Congress 2018, Canberra – Travel prize winners
The Executive Committee of AQUA would like to note that the following people received a travel grant to attend the 2018 AQUA Biennial Conference in Canberra:
- Haidee Cadd, The University of Adelaide
- Elyssa De Carli, The University of Sydney
- Georgy Falster, The University of Adelaide
- Mohammadali Faraji, The University of Newcastle
- Heather Haines, Griffith University
- Julien Lubeek, Macquarie University
- Leonie Peti, The University of Auckland
- Georgia Roberts ANU/Monash University
- Mandy Shao, The University of Adelaide
- Elise Thornton, Federation University
- Xianglin Zheng, The University of NSW
INQUA Congress 2015, Japan – Travel prize winners
- Shaun Eaves, Victoria University of Wellington: Uniform summertime cooling
drove glacier advances across New Zealand during the Antarctic Cold
- Jessica Hinojosa, University of Otago: Holocene evolution of marine
radiocarbon reservoir ages offshore southwest New Zealand: Implications
for water mass migration and radiocarbon dating accuracy
- Claire Krause, Australian National University: New insights on tropical
vegetation productivity and atmospheric methane over the last 40,000 years
from speleothems in Sulawesi, Indonesia
- Jennifer Wurtzel, Australian National University: Holocene climate
variability recorded in a speleothem from Sumatra, Indonesia
The AQUA postgraduate travel prize
This award is not currently available.
- 1999 – John Jansen, The Australian National University
- 1999 – Nerida Bleakley, Monash University
- 2000 – Nick Porch, Monash University
- 2001 – Jessica Reeves, University of Wollongong
- 2002 – Helen McGregor, The Australian National University
- 2002 – Mark Hemer, University of Tasmania
- 2003 – Craig Sloss, University of Wollongong
- 2004 – Karen Carthew, Macquarie University
- 2005 – Kira Westaway, University of Wollongong
- 2006 – Simon Connor, Melbourne University