The Society’s award for excellence in entomology at mid career will be the Ian Mackerras Medal and is given every two years (even years) to a member of the Society who is judged by the Board as being mid career and who has demonstrated excellence in entomology over many years.
The award is named in honour of Dr Ian Mackerras, the Society’s first President and an entomologist who embodied the excellence in entomological pursuits that the award recognises.
To nominate a person for this award, please provide the following information by 31 July of an award year:
Send your nomination to email@example.com with it clearly marked as a Nomination for the Mackerras Medal.
Dr Michael Braby is Entomologist/Invertebrate Conservation Biologist, at the Biodiversity Conservation Division, Department of Natural Resources, Environment, the Arts and Sport in the Northern Territory.
Prof. Tony Clarke is an academic with the School of Earth, Environmental and Biological Sciences, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland.