Measures of esteem may provide additional evidence of research quality and/or research capacity. These measures may be relevant for academic promotion applications. Such measures of esteem may include:
|"I was the 2017 recipient of the national award for Macquarie University Eureka Prize for Outstanding Early Career Researcher." (source: Australian Museum, 26 May 2020)|
|"I am an Editorial Board Member for the highly ranked journal Energy Research and Social Science. The journal ranks 8 out of 614 publications in the category of 'Energy Engineering and Power Technology' with an SJR score of 2.14." (source: SJR SCImago, 26 May 2020)|
"My book titled ‘X’ was produced as the result of major research undertaken at the New York Public Library Archive and Houghton Library (Harvard) supported by the prestigious Marten Bequest Travel Award and an Australia Council for the Arts development grant. Several poems from this book have been published in some of the most well-respected Australian literary journals and anthologies in my field: Cordite, Australian Poetry Anthology, Overland and Best Australian Poems [insert year], and two poems were shortlisted for the [insert year] Montreal Poetry Poetry Prize and the [insert year] Aesthetica Creative Writing Award, UK. " (source: Author, 27 April, 2021)
It is recommended that you keep a listing of relevant measures of esteem including; activity, date, and relevance to your research.
Some suggested sources to gather evidence of esteem measures are: