Honourable Mention - Australian Social Policy Conference Early Career Researcher Award 2019
Honourable Mention in the Australian Social Policy Conference Award for the Best Presentation by an Early Career Researcher
PETERIE, Michelle (2019) ‘“Human Becomings” in Neoliberal Welfare Policy: Representations of Childhood in Australian and New Zealand Discourses Regarding Compulsory Income Management’
Journal of Sociology Best Paper 2017-2018
Biennial award for the best article published in the Journal of Sociology in 2017 and 2018. Selected from a field of 97 articles.
PETERIE, Michelle (2017) 'Docility and Desert: Government Discourses of Compassion in Australia’s Asylum Seeker Debate'. Journal of Sociology. Volume 53, Issue 2. Pp. 351-366. DOI: 10.1177/1440783317690926
Asia Pacific Viewpoint Top 20 Article 2017-2018
Biennial award recognising the journal’s 20 most downloaded articles in 2017 and 2018.
NEIL, David and Michelle PETERIE (2018) 'Grey Networks: The Contradictory Dimensions of Australia’s Immigration Detention System'. Asia Pacific Viewpoint. Volume 59, Issue 1. Pp. 132-144. DOI: 10.1111/apv.12183
GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
School of Social Sciences Small Research Grant 2019
University of Queensland Research Grant.
PETERIE, Michelle. ‘Inside Australia’s Immigration Detention Facilities: A Follow-Up Study’.
Sydney Policy Lab Collaborative Projects Grant 2017
University of Sydney Research Grant.
RAMIA, Gaby and Michelle PETERIE. 'Improving the Employment Outcomes of Youth Through Sport and Social Engagement: Utilising Social Networks in Employment Services'.
Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) / Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarship 2014-2017
University of Sydney PhD Scholarship.
Postgraduate Research Support Scheme 2015
University of Sydney Higher Degree Research (HDR) Travel Grant.
Faculty of Arts Double-Degree Scholarship 2004-2009
University of Wollongong Undergraduate Scholarship.