Charles Darwin University
Brittany Hayward Brown
For her Honours thesis on the landscape-scale movement of Gouldian Finches, Brittany gained first class honours, with a high distinction and GPA of 7. Passionate about both research and communicating it to the wider community, she led the reactivation of the environment student group on campus, which won the Territory NRM Environment & Conservation Award for their Conservation on Campus program in 2020. This year, she has been short-listed in the NT Young Achiever Environment Award for her work in the community and is recipient of the Inspiring Australia Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement in a College of Engineering IT & Environment Honours Course.