Soil Science Australia may honour up to three members each year as new fellows. The honour is conferred for exceptional achievement and distinction in any or all of the following areas related to soils: research, technology, teaching, extension and or/the advancement of soil science. The nominee must be an active financial Ordinary or Honorary Life member of Soil Science Australia.
Nominations must be submitted via email.
The nomination must include:
- a proposer, a seconder and five supporters, all of whom are financial members of Soil Science Australia
- a nomination statement up to 1000 words stating why the nominee is worthy of receiving a Fellowship where applicable, up to five of the nominees most significant publications or other works
- the nominee’s curriculum vitae
- names of at least three referees who can be contacted to provide a written report as to the standing and reputation of the nominee in the profession of soil science.
Announcement of Fellows
Fellowships are announced by the Federal President or proxy at each Soil Science Australia national conference or another event determined by the Federal Council.
Soil Science Australia Fellows
|2019||Professor Robert Fitzpatrick CPSS||SA|
|2019||Professor Leigh Sullivan CPSS||ACT|
|2019||Associate Professor Damien Field CPSS||NSW|
|2018||Dr Melissa Salt CPSS||SA|
|2018||Professor Caixian Tang||VIC|
|2017||Professor Michael McLaughlan||SA|
|2017||Professor Balwant Singh||NSW|
|2016||Emeritus Professor Lynette Abbott||WA|
|2016||The Late Professor Steven Raine||QLD|
|2016||Professor Neal Menzies||NSW|
|2015||Professor Alexander McBratney||NSW|
|2015||Professor Deli Chen||VIC|
|2014||Professor Pichhu Rengasamy||SA|
Soil Science Australia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land and we pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future.