We have won a number of other awards for our engagement work:

The physics engagement team received the COVID-19 Response Award in the SEPnet Public Engagement Awards 2021

Higgs Hunter received the Project Award in the Vice-Chancellor's Public Engagement with Research Awards 2019. Through the project over 37,000 citizen scientists, including young people and adults from over 170 countries, became part of the team to search for interesting features in data from CERN.

Dr Alexy Karenowska received the Early Career Researcher Award in The Vice-Chancellor’s Public Engagement with Research Awards 2017 for her project focused on the documentation, preservation, and restoration of at-risk cultural heritage sites across the world.

Chico Camargo received the Early Career Researcher Award in The Vice-Chancellor’s Public Engagement with Research Awards 2017 for his engagement work involving creating videos about complex systems concepts. 

The Department received the Building Capacity Award in The Vice-Chancellor’s Public Engagement with Research Awards 2016.