DMRC Researcher receives the QUT Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Award

Congratulations to Dr Ehsan Dehghan, who has received a QUT Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Award (ODTA).  Ehsan was one of three CIESJ Faculty winners.

​​​​The QUT Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Awards established in 2006, acknowledge the need to encourage the promotion of excellence in postgraduate research in Australia. These awards are intended to develop and support Australia’s vibrant research culture by profiling outstanding contribution to knowledge, and/or demonstration of excellence in postgraduate research.


CIESJ Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Award Winner

Dr. Ehsan Dehghan (School of Communication)

Thesis: Networked Discursive Alliances: Antagonism, Agonism, and the Dynamics of Discursive Struggles in the Australian Twittersphere

Principal: Prof Axel Bruns

Associates: A/Prof Peta Mitchell and Dr Brenda Moon

Congratulations also to the supervisors, Professor Axel Bruns, Associate Professor Peta Mitchell and Dr Brenda Moon, who worked in collaboration with Ehsan to create strong and original research studies. Your effort, advice and guidance to assist our great postgraduate students is much appreciated.