Future Scientist Award

Future Scientist Award

The Kelly Services Future Scientist Award gives final-year science students and recent science graduates the opportunity to present themselves to a panel of leading scientific employers, receive important job search advice from our science recruitment specialists, plus the chance to win $1000!

Each year, five winners (NSW/ACT, QLD, SA, VIC/TAS, WA/NT) receive $1000, insights and opportunities within their scientific field, as well as the honour of being named a Kelly Future Scientist.

Now in its third year, the award offers young scientists across Australia a money-can’t-buy opportunity to connect with senior leaders in the industry – previous panellists have included Laboratory Services Managers, Technical Operations Directors, HR Managers and more from medical technology, chemical, analytical chemistry, diagnostics, brewing and pharmaceutical companies, among others.

We’re excited to announce that 4 of the finalists are from the University of Adelaide and judging for the Award has just been completed! The finalists include Brett Jenkins who is undertaking Honours, Bachelor of Petroleum and Mechanical Engineering, Sherry Dezvarei who is undertaking a PhD in Chemistry/Biochemistry, Julian Zheng who is undertaking Honours in Research and Civil Engineering Bachelors Degree and Arthur Yeow who is undertaking Honours in Science. We’d like to say a huge congratulations to these four finalists as well as all our other talented finalists. The bar has been set high this year with applicants coming from chemistry, pharmaceutical and many other backgrounds from across the state.

Follow us at Kelly Services Australia LinkedIn and Facebook to find out if one of the University of Adelaide finalists will be crowned the 2018 Future Scientist Award winner in South Australia this week!

If you would like to take part in the 2019 Future Scientist Award, please register your interest.

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