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Kim wins Monash University's Mollie Holman award

Kim wins Monash University's Mollie Holman award

BWA Research Fellow, Kim Borg, wins Monash University's prestigious award for her doctoral thesis.

And this year's Mollie Holman award goes to...

Kim Borg, PhD! 🎉

Please join us in congratulating Kim on this outstanding achievement for her PhD thesis "Exploring the role of media in turning the social tide on plastic avoidance".

The Mollie Holman Medal was established in 1998 and is named after the late pioneering physiologist Emeritus Professor Mollie Holman AO, in honour of her significant contributions to science and education. These medals are among the highest academic honours Monash University bestows, and marks the recipients as researchers of the higher order.

You can read more about her research in the media, including The Conversation, Monash Lens and ABC news.

Or you can find the full list of her published articles on her Monash Research Profile.

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