Our GRIP wins its first award
BehaviourWorks are thrilled to have been part of the management team to win a Monash University Research Services Excellence Award. The award recognises high standards of service dealing with researchers and/or graduate research students within the University.
The Behaviour Change GRIP, which started in March 2018, brings 18 PhD candidates together with leading government and non-government agencies to address a range of public policy issues through behaviour change.
Supported by academics from BehaviourWorks Australia and a range of Monash faculties, these ‘GRIPsters’ are navigating their way through the three-year program with the help of the GRIP management team.
At a special Monash Professional Research Management (PRM) event on November 27, 2018, this team was presented with the award in recognition of their “quality service and information above and beyond expectations”, and the “huge volume of work” undertaken by the team to directly support the students, supervisors and partners with logistics, ongoing organisation and day-to-day management.
Well done Monash, MSDI, BehaviourWorks and of course, the hard-working GRIPsters themselves. Full story here.