One of the two J G Crawford Prizes for 2011 for the most outstanding doctoral research has been made to Dr Nathan Woolley who undertook his research in the Research School of the Humanities and the Arts in the College of Arts & Social Sciences.
Dr Woolley’s PhD thesis on religion and politics in 10th century China has been described as ‘nothing short of brilliant – a real tour de force’. He will take up a post-doctoral position at the Australian Centre on China in the World in the College of Asia and the Pacific at ANU later this year.
Dr Woolley attended the CASS Conferring Ceremony on Friday 13 July 2012 where the Vice-Chancellor read the citation and the Chancellor presented him with the engraved Medal and framed certificate.
» Dr Woolley's profile
See the announcement on the Vice-Chancellor's blog.
The JG Crawford Prize for students most deserving of recognition for the quality of their graduate work.
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