Not to be outdone by the ELSA team, last night our very own Assistant Professor Tracy Logan won the University of Canberra (UC) award for Early Career Researchers – Social Science.
Tracy has been working at the forefront of ELSA since its inception, and was the lead academic on App 2: Location and Arrangement. She is also a key academic from UC’s STEM Education Research Centre (SERC) and a teacher in the Faculty of Education.
Always humble, Tracy was very surprised to win the award. But the award came as no surprise to anyone else who has ever worked with Tracy.
What an incredible achievement. On behalf of the whole ELSA team, we would like to congratulate Tracy for this award.
Tracy’s award citation
The citation read last night as Tracy received her award will give you an idea of the exceptional work that she has been undertaking:
Tracy is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Education. Her research focuses on mathematics education and assessment. She has been part of 5 ARC grants and her industry involvement has included research projects with the Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) and the World Bank. Her FWCI is well above world average, with 50% of her publications in top journals and her total research income for the last 3 years income stands at $6M.