Awards

Celebrating research excellence

Awards play a central role in the research community by recognizing researchers for the valuable contributions they make to the world of discovery. In September 2013, we launched a new portal to showcase research awards supported by Elsevier, along with information about how to apply or nominate recipients. Many of these awards are made possible by societies and other partnering organizations. Elsevier has rewarded hundreds of outstanding academics across the world, and today presents about 300 awards a year with grants ranging from $100 to $25,000.

Visit the Elsevier Global Research Awards page: www.elsevier.com/awards

See more information about awards on Elsevier Connect: www.elsevier.com/connect/story/awards

RGS-IBG Transport Geography Research Group (TGRG) Undergraduate Dissertation Prize

Aditi AroraThe TGRG Undergraduate Dissertation Prize was inaugurated in 2013, with a £100 prize sponsored by Elsevier. The award is for the best undergraduate dissertation that focuses on any aspect of the geography of mobility and transport, undertaken at a UK university, and which demonstrates conceptual and/or methodological sophistication.

We are delighted to announce that Aditi Arora (pictured left) is the 2013 winner of the award, for her dissertation 'Negotiating Space: Cycle rickshaws in a changing capital'.

The deadline for entries in 2014 will be 31st July 2014, and further details will be on the TGRG and Elsevier websites in due course.

Find out more about the award and Aditi Arora's winning dissertation on the Journal of Transport Geography homepage.