ANU Demography students win 2020 W.D. Borrie Prizes

ANU Demography students win 2020 W.D. Borrie Prizes
Monday 7 June 2021

The Australian Population Association has announced that the following students from the Australian National University have won the W.D. Borrie Prize in their category. A very big congratulations to these students.

Undergraduate category winner: Angela Rusanov ‘Power the World; Empower Women’

Undergraduate category runner-up: Zack Cunich ‘The Demography of Chinese Intl Students in Australia: Population Characteristics, Trends and Policy Implications’

Honours/Masters category runner-up: Jolene Tan ‘Boom or Bane: Singapore's approach towards reversing the trend of low fertility rates’

PhD category winner: Qing Guan ‘The Integration of Immigrants: Relating Spatial and Non-Spatial Aspects using Australian data’

Congratulations also go to Honours/Masters category winner: Christopher Hogan from the Flinders University, for the paper ‘Explaining Fertility Decline in Timor-Leste Between 2009-2016 Using Bongaarts' Proximate Determinants Model’

Further details are available at the APA website.

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