Research Award: 2016 CHASS Australia
The Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS) is inviting nominations for four categories of the 2016 CHASS Australia Prizes. The Australia Prizes honour distinguished achievements by Australians working, studying, or training in the humanities, arts, and social sciences (HASS). There is no nomination fee for any category, and self-nominations are welcome.
Nominations are currently open for four categories:
- Book: non-fiction book/e-book - cash prize of $3,500 sponsored by Routledge
- Distinctive Work: an artistic performance, exhibition, film, television show, play, composition or practical contribution to arts policy - cash prize of $3,500 sponsored by Routledge
- Future Leader: an individual demonstrating leadership skills and potential in the humanities, arts, and social sciences - cash prize of $2,000 sponsored by Future Leaders
- Student: an essay, project or thesis in any humanities, arts, or social sciences area - $500 voucher sponsored by Co-Op