Pete Hay Early Career Research Prize

This Prize is awarded annually to the best full paper by a member of the Environmental Politics and Policy Standing Research Group or on environmental politics to be presented at the annual APSA conference.

The Pete Hay Early Career Research Prize is named after Dr Pete Hay, a trailblazer in the research and scholarship of environmental politics and policy in Australia and the Founding Convenor of the Ecopolitics Association of Australasia. All elements of the administration of the Prize are undertaken by the Environmental Politics and Policy Standing Research Group.

The paper is eligible for consideration if the author is an early career researcher (i.e. 5 years since the award of the PhD at the date of the start of the APSA 2019 conference). The winner will be announced at the annual meeting during the APSA conference, and the prize includes A$250 and a one-on-one feedback and mentoring session with the judging panel for publication during the conference.

Call for nominations 2020: TBA