Faculty of Arts and Education

Australian Association of Gerontology (NSW Division) Prize

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded annually to the graduating student with the most outstanding academic performance upon completing the Master of Gerontology course.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Master of Gerontology course at the Albury-Wodonga campus.

Value

The Prize will be to the value of $250 plus one year's membership of the Australian Association of Gerontology as Early Career Researcher / Practitioner; and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

The graduating student with the most outstanding academic performance upon completing the Master of Gerontology course.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0007


Faculty of Arts and Education

Diversional and Recreation Therapy Australia Prize - Associate Degree in Health Science

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded each year to a graduand who has achieved the best performance in the Diploma of Health Science (Leisure and Health) course.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Diploma of Health Science (Leisure and Health) course.

Value

The Prize will be to the value of $250, plus a certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who has achieved the best performance in the Associate Degree of Health Science (Leisure and Health) course

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0009


Faculty of Arts and Education

Diversional and Recreation Therapy Australia Prize - Bachelor of Health Science

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded each year to a graduand who has achieved the best performance in the Bachelor of Health Science (Leisure and Health) course.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Health Science (Leisure and Health) course.

Value

The Prize will be to the value of $750 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who has achieved the best performance in the Bachelor of Health Science (Leisure and Health) course.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0008


Faculty of Arts and Education

Lila Kirilik Social Action Memorial Prize

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Criteria

The prize is awarded to a student on the basis of demonstrated merit in a professional field education subject and in particular, achieving a social action outcome of benefit to a disadvantaged individual, group or community. Students prepare their application in consultation with their University Liaison Academic, Agency Supervisor and Subject Co-ordinator. The application should demonstrate:-merit in the application of academic learning to practice;social action and social justice outcomes; benefit to disadvantaged individual, group or community; and application of principles of social justice, equity, empowerment and self-determination.The application will comprise the student's documentation of their practice achievements and supporting evidence of their method and its outcomes, such as: references from their CSU Academic Liaison person and/or Agency Supervisor commenting on the student's professional orientation, client group advocacy and application of academic learning to practice;evidence of outputs from diverse media such as written project documentation, photographs, video, audio, media coverage, records of agendas or programs or training; and other evidence of outcomes can include additional referee reports, testimonials and before and after materials.Students must also nominate the social justice project to which they would like to donate $500.00 and the details of the auspicing body to which their donation can be made.

Eligibility

Successful completion of any of the undergraduate Human Service Course offerings of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Value

The Prize will be to the value of $500 (plus $500.00 to be donated to the charity of the student's choice) and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the most outstanding student to demonstrate: merit in the application of academic learning to practice; social action and social justice outcomes; benefit to disadvantaged individual, group or community; and application of principles of social justice, equity, empowerment and self-determination; after the successful completion of any of the undergraduate Human Service Course offering through the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0011


Faculty of Arts and Education

School of Humanities and Social Sciences Prize

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Criteria

The student with the most meritorious performance in subjects undertaken through the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the course in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Value

The Prize will be to the value of $500 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the undergraduate student in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences with the most meritorious performance in all subjects.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0025


Faculty of Arts and Education

Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health Prize for the Bachelor of Social Work

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded each year to a graduating student who has displayed highly professional conduct and performance during their final Bachelor of Social Work placement. The placement must have been undertaken in a health setting within the geographical footprint of the Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the final Field Education subject(HCS402) in the Bachelor of Social Work.

Value

The prize will be a payment of $100, a certificate from Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

Presented in recognition of your outstanding contribution to improving health outcomes through a regional health-based professional placement in the Bachelor of Social Work.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0531


Faculty of Arts and Education

Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health Prize for the Master of Social Work (Professional Qualifying)

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded each year to a graduating student who has displayed highly professional conduct and performance during their final Master of Social Work (Professional Qualifying) placement. The placement must have been undertaken in a health setting within the geographical footprint of the Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the final Field Education subject (HCS506) in the Master of Social Work (Professional Qualifying).

Value

The prize will be a payment of $100, a certificate from Three Rivers University Dept. of Rural Health and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

Presented in recognition of your outstanding contribution to improving health outcomes through a regional health-based professional placement in the Master of Social Work (Professional Qualifying).

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0532


Faculty of Arts and Education

Western District, Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) and Charles Sturt University (CSU) Social Work Prize

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Criteria

1. Final year Social Work, BSW or MSW (pq) Student graduating. 2. Successfully completed 2nd prac in a regional/remote location in NSW with DCJ or with a funded community partner in the non-government sector working with children, adults, families and communities.

Eligibility

The prize recipient will have best demonstrated the integration of theory and regional practice, creating local solutions tailored to meet local needs especially in relation to care and protection issues with particular focus on breaking rather then managing disadvantage. The prize winning student must have demonstrated self insight and have been able to reflect on their practices in such a way that allowed them to move towards best practice in their interactions with children and families.

Value

The prize will be to the value of $1,000 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

Awarded to the highest achieving student who has undertaken their final Social Work practicum in a regional/remote location in NSW with DCJ or with a funded community partner in the non-government sector working with children, adults, families and communities to improve lives and realise potential.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0441


Faculty of Arts and Education

Christine McGee Prize

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Criteria

The student with the most outstanding results.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the second year print journalism subjects undertaken through the School of Communication and Creative Industries.

Value

The Prize will be a dictionary supplied by the School of Communication and Creative Industries and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student with the most outstanding results enrolled in second year Print Journalism subjects undertaken through the School of Communication and Creative Industries

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0003


Faculty of Arts and Education

David Potts Internship Prize

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Criteria

The graduating student with the most successful internship in Public Relations and Organisational Communication undertaken through the School of Communication and Creative Industries.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Communication course.

Value

The Prize will be to the value of $150 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student with the most successful internship in Public Relations and Organisational Communication who is enrolled in the Bachelor of Communication course undertaken through the School of Communication and Creative Industries.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0004


Faculty of Arts and Education

Frank Ponton Memorial Prize

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Criteria

The most academically and professionally promising third year student who has completed at least two Theatre Studies subjects undertaken through the School of Communication and Creative Industries.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Communication course.

Value

The Prize will be to the value of $300 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

the most academically and professionally promising third year student who has completed at least two Theatre Studies subjects who is enrolled in the Bachelor of Communication course undertaken through the School of Communication and Creative Industries.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0005


Faculty of Arts and Education

HR Gallop Perpetual Award

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Criteria

Awarded to the most outstanding full-time student based on academic and practical performance. Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (with specialisation) Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (with specialisation)(Honours) Bachelor of Stage and Screen (with specialisation)

Eligibility

Student must be enrolled in: Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (with specialisation) Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (with specialisation)(Honours) Bachelor of Stage and Screen (with specialisation)

Value

The Prize will be to the value of $200.00 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the most outstanding full-time student based on academic and practical performance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0027


Faculty of Arts and Education

Public Relations Institute of Australia (NSW) Prize

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Criteria

The graduating student who has submitted the most outstanding project work in any Public Relations & Organisational Communication subject undertaken through the School of Communication and Creative Industries.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations and Organisational Communication)course.

Value

The Prize will be to the value of $399 and be in the form of a one year's membership to Public Relations Institute of Australia, a certificate from the donor and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who has submitted the most outstanding project work in any Public Relations and Organisational Communication subject enrolled in the Bachelor of Communication (Public Relations and Organisational Communication) course undertaken through the School of Communication and Creative Industries.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0006


Faculty of Arts and Education

The Australian Decorative and Fine Arts Society Prize

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Criteria

Applicants must: - have a sound academic record - be able to demonstrate a significant level of University and/or community involvement

Eligibility

Academically outstanding student from the local area enrolled in one of the following programs: Bachelor of Creative Art and Design (Photography) Bachelor of Creative Art and Design (Fine Art) Bachelor of Stage and Screen (Design) Bachelor of Creative Practice (with specialisation)(Honours)

Value

$1000.00

Certificate text

For academic excellence and demonstrated significant level of University and/or community involvement.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0375


Faculty of Arts and Education

Australian Curriculum Studies Assoc Prize - Award for Excellence During the Bachelor of Education

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Criteria

For the undergraduate student in the Bachelor of Education (K-12) course with the highest grade point average and the most outstanding piece of work in curriculum studies.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Education (K-12) Course.

Value

The prize will be to the approximate value of $1000 and be in the form of 2 years subscription to the Australian Curriculum Studies Association and Curriculum Perspectives; free registration for the ACSA Curriculum Conference following presentation of the Award (Conference Date TBA) which will be awarded in the form of a medallion; and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

For the undergraduate, Bachelor of Education (K-12) student with the highest grade point average and the most outstanding piece of work in curriculum studies.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0032


Faculty of Arts and Education

Border English Teachers' Association (BETA) Pre-Service Innovation and Excellence Award

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Criteria

Undergraduate students in their 3rd or 4th year of study of the English Method who have written units of work for High School students that have been assessed by Charles Sturt University as quality teaching and learning resources.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Education (K-12 Middle Schooling), Bachelor of Education (K-12) or Bachelor of Education (K-12 Science) course on the Albury-Wodonga Campus.

Value

A monetary prize to the value of $250 supplied by the Border English Teachers' Association (BETA) and the student's work being published in mETAphor (the English Teachers' Association quarterly publication) and included in BETA schools' online resources for teaching.

Certificate text

For students who have shown innovation and excellence in English teaching and learning within the Bachelor of Education (K-12 Middle Schooling), Bachelor of Education (K-12) or Bachelor of Education (K-12 Science).

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0392


Faculty of Arts and Education

CSU-TAFE Elizabeth Anne Bailey Memorial Award

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Criteria

Submission by a student of a single substantial piece of assigned work associated with the field of literacy/language education and seen to have an impact on the needs of adult learners.

Eligibility

Enrolment in, or recently graduated from, a graduate course through the School of Education, Charles Sturt University - Wagga Wagga.

Value

The Prize will be to the value of the interest made on the trust account and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the continuing or graduating student from a graduate course through the School of Education, Wagga Wagga who has submitted a single piece of assigned work associated with the field of literacy/language education and seen to have an impact on the needs of adult learners

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0037


Faculty of Arts and Education

Primary Teaching Graduate Prize Presented by the Primary English Teaching Association Australia

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Criteria

One prize each will be awarded to a graduating student who has displayed outstanding ability in academic studies and teaching practice in a pre-service primary teaching course, and in particular has achieved high distinction in their English curriculum subject/s. Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood & Primary) Bachelor of Education (K-12) Masters of Teaching Primary across Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga Campuses.

Eligibility

One prize each is awarded each year to a graduating student who displays outstanding ability in academic studies and teaching practice in a pre-service primary teaching course, and in particular has achieved high distinction in their English curriculum subject/s. Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood & Primary) Bachelor of Education (K-12) Masters of Teaching Primary

Value

The prize will consist of free Primary English Teaching Association Australia membership for one year for each student.

Certificate text

For the graduating student who displays outstanding ability in academic studies and teaching practice in a pre-service primary teaching course, and in particular has achieved high distinction in their English curriculum subjects.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0038


Faculty of Arts and Education

The Australian College of Educators Prize for the Bachelor of Education (K-12)

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded each year to a graduating student who has achieved the highest GPA in the Bachelor of Education (K-12) course on the Port Macquarie Campus

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Education (K-12) Course on the Port Macquarie Campus

Value

The prize will consist of a certificate awarded by the Australian College of Educators (ACE) along with one year's complimentary membership of ACE. In addition the recipient will be awarded an inscribed certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

For the Graduating Student with the highest GPA in the Bachelor of Education (K-12) course

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0533


Faculty of Arts and Education

The Book Garden Prize

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Criteria

Highest Grade Point Average for last two years of course.

Eligibility

Current graduates of internal Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood/Primary) courses offered on CSU Albury-Wodonga Campus.

Value

The prize will be in the form of a voucher from The Book Garden to the value of $200, and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

For the graduating student with the highest GPA, for the last two years of the course, enrolled in the internal Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood/Primary) courses offered on the Albury-Wodonga campus.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0035


Faculty of Arts and Education

The English Teachers Association of NSW Scholarship Award

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Criteria

The student must be: - a final year student; - undertaking full-time studies; - plans to become a teacher of secondary English in NSW in the following year; - achieved a top position in the English Method subject EML442 Curriculum Method 2: English; - an exemplary academic record in either the education or the literature strand (or both); - demonstrates evidence of qualities that are most important to the English teaching profession.

Eligibility

Student who: - Is in a current Charles Sturt University high school teacher degree. - Has successfully studied English Method subject EML442 Curriculum Method 2: English.

Value

The English Teachers Association of NSW scholarship prize provides: - Full membership of The English Teachers Association of NSW for 2 (two) years. - Registration fees paid for the Beginning Teachers' Conference in the first year of teaching service. - An invitation to join one of The English Teachers Association of NSW committees. - The presentation of a Certificate of Achievement at the Early Career Teachers' Big Day Out. Prize is valued at $300.

Certificate text

No certificate text

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0433


Faculty of Arts and Education

Australian College of Educators New South Wales Branch Prize

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Criteria

The graduating student who has displayed outstanding ability both in academic studies and in teaching practice whilst a student of the School of Teacher Education.

Eligibility

Enrolment in any pre-service undergraduate course.

Value

The Prize will consist of one year's membership of the College; a Certificate from the College's national president and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

For the graduating student who has displayed outstanding ability both in academic studies and in teaching practice enrolled in any pre-service undergraduate course whilst a student of the School of Teacher Education.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0051


Faculty of Arts and Education

Bonham Professional Experience Prize

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Criteria

The graduating student who has displayed outstanding ability in professional experience undertaken through the School of Teacher Education.

Eligibility

Enrolment in a Primary or Early Childhood teacher education course.

Value

The Prize will be to the value of $100 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

For the Graduating student who has displayed outstanding ability in professional practice undertaken through the School of Teacher Education.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0052


Faculty of Arts and Education

Dubbo and District Preschool Prize for Academic Excellence

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Criteria

The second-year student who has achieved all-round excellence in their theoretical and practical work.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the second year of the Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood and Primary) course at the Dubbo campus.

Value

The prize will consist of a Bookshop voucher to the value of $500.

Certificate text

No certificate text

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0054


Faculty of Arts and Education

Elwyn Morey Award in Early Childhood Education

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Criteria

A graduating student with the highest GPA who has displayed outstanding ability both in academic studies and in teaching practice.

Eligibility

Enrolment in any pre-service Early Childhood Education Course.

Value

The Prize will be to the value of $200 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

No certificate text

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0056


Faculty of Arts and Education

KU Children's Services Prize

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The third-year student who has achieved all-round excellence in their theoretical and practical work, and provided a short written statement about why they wish to work in the area of early childhood, to the satisfaction of the Prizes Committee and representative(s) from KU Children's Services.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the third year of the Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood and Primary) course

Value

The prize will consist of $800.

Certificate text

The third-year student who has achieved all-round excellence in their theoretical and practical work.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0030


Faculty of Arts and Education

Lionel Allen Award

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Criteria

The most meritorious graduating student with the highest GPA displayed in subjects undertaken through the School of Teacher Education.

Eligibility

Enrolment in any pre-service course through the School of Teacher Education.

Value

The Prize will be to the value of $300 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

No certificate text

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0059


Faculty of Arts and Education

Rod Allan Prize in Primary Education

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Criteria

A graduating student from a pre-service Primary Education course who has displayed a commitment to social justice, and outstanding ability both in academic studies and teaching practice undertaken through the School of Teacher Education.

Eligibility

Enrolment in a Primary Education pre-service teaching course.

Value

The Prize will be to the value of $200 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

No certificate text

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0062


Faculty of Arts and Education

School of Teacher Education Early Childhood Courses Professional Experience Prize

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Criteria

A graduating student, from the Bathurst or Dubbo Campus, who has displayed outstanding ability in teaching practice subjects.

Eligibility

Enrolment in an Early Childhood education pre-service course.

Value

The Prize will be to the value of $180 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

No certificate text

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0063


Faculty of Arts and Education

School of Teacher Education Primary Courses Professional Experience Prize

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Criteria

A graduating student who has displayed outstanding ability in teaching practice subjects.

Eligibility

Enrolment in a Primary Education pre-service teaching course.

Value

The Prize will be to the value of $180 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

No certificate text

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0064


Faculty of Arts and Education

School of Teacher Education Secondary Courses Prize

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Criteria

A graduating student who has displayed outstanding ability.

Eligibility

Enrolment in a Secondary Teaching course undertaken through the School of Teacher Education.

Value

The Prize will be to the value of $200 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

No certificate text

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0066


Faculty of Arts and Education

School of Teacher Education Secondary Courses Professional Experience Prize

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Criteria

The graduating student who has displayed outstanding ability in teaching practice subjects undertaken through the School of Teacher Education.

Eligibility

Enrolment in a pre-service Secondary Teacher Education course.

Value

The Prize will be to the value of $180 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

No certificate text

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0065


Faculty of Arts and Education

The CCSA Award

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Criteria

The graduating student, resident of NSW, with the most outstanding professional experience placement in an early childhood service undertaken through the School of Teacher Education.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Teaching (Birth to Five Years)/Bachelor of Education (Birth to Five Years) course.

Value

A professional development prize that includes a package of two by two hour Professional Mentoring and Coaching sessions via phone, skype or face to face at the CCSA Office in Katoomba. In addition to this, the recipient will be able to receive 12 months free access to the eConnect Newsletter that supports professionals in the ECEC sector.

Certificate text

For the graduating student, resident of NSW, with the most outstanding professional experience placement in an early childhood service undertaken through the School of Teacher Education.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0053


Faculty of Arts and Education

The Mitchell Foundation Prize for Reflective Writing

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Criteria

Students in the relevant courses, after completing their final professional experience placements in schools or early childhood services, write a reflective essay or story to illustrate the teaching challenges and professional growth they have experienced during their placement, as they look forward to their future as a beginning teacher. The writing task is to be between 750 and 1500 words, modelled on the entries included in "Into the Whirly Wind: Stories of First-year-out Teaching".

Eligibility

Graduating students enrolled in a pre-service teacher education course in the School of Teacher Education.

Value

The prize will consist of $500 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

Awarded to a graduating student who has submitted the most outstanding reflective essay or story which illustrates the teaching challenges and professional growth experienced during their placement, as they look forward to their future as a beginning teacher.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0060


Faculty of Arts and Education

Academic Research Libraries Western Australia Prize

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Criteria

- Highest Grade Point Average of the student living in WA and graduating from either Bachelor of Information Studies (with Specialisations) or a Master of Information Studies (with Specialisations) or a Master of Education (Teacher Librarianship) or a Master of Education (Knowledge Networks and Digital Innovation) the previous year; - be resident in Western Australia throughout their course; and - agree to provide a 10 minute presentation at the award ceremony.

Eligibility

Completion of a Bachelor of Information Studies (with Specialisations) or a Master of Information Studies (with Specialisations), Master of Education (Teacher Librarianship) or Master of Education (Knowledge Networks and Digital Innovation) course by a student who lives in Western Australia.

Value

The Prize consist of a monetary prize to the value of $100.00 and an inscribed certificate issued by the Academic Research Libraries Western Australia

Certificate text

No certificate text

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0503


Faculty of Arts and Education

Australian Library & Information Association Student Award - Bachelor of Information Studies

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Criteria

The most outstanding student with the Highest GPA in the Bachelor of Information Studies.

Eligibility

Graduation from - Bachelor of Information Studies

Value

The Prize will be: - one financial year's membership of ALIA; - subscription to ALIA's magazine Incite - subscription to the Association's journal JALIA; and an inscribed certificate issued by ALIA

Certificate text

for the most outstanding graduating student with the highest GPA in the Bachelor of Information Studies course.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0046


Faculty of Arts and Education

Australian Library & Information Association Student Award - Master of Information Studies

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Criteria

The most outstanding student with the Highest GPA in the Master of Information Studies Course.

Eligibility

Completion of Masters of Information Studies Course

Value

The Prize will be:-one financial year's membership of ALIA; subscription to ALIA's magazine Incite - subscription to the Association's journal JALIA; and an inscribed certificate issued by ALIA.

Certificate text

for the most outstanding graduating student with the highest GPA in the Master of Information Studies.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0474


Faculty of Arts and Education

Australian Library and Information Association Student Award - Grad Diploma of Information Studies

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Criteria

The most outstanding student with the Highest GPA in the Graduate Diploma of Information Studies course.

Eligibility

Completion of Graduate Diploma of Information Studies.

Value

The Prize will be: - one financial year's membership of ALIA; - subscription to ALIA's magazine Incite - subscription to the Association's journal JALIA; and an inscribed certificate issued by ALIA

Certificate text

for the most outstanding graduating student with the highest GPA in the Graduate Diploma of Information Studies course.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0043


Faculty of Arts and Education

Australian Library and Information Association Student Award - MEd (Teacher Librarianship)

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Criteria

The most outstanding student with the Highest GPA in the Master of Education (Teacher Librarianship).

Eligibility

Graduation from the Master of Education (Teacher Librarianship):

Value

The Prize will be:-one financial year's membership of ALIA; subscription to ALIA's magazine Incite - subscription to the Associations journal JALIA; and-an inscribed certificate issued by ALIA.

Certificate text

For the most outstanding graduating student with the highest GPA in the Master of Education (Teacher Librarianship) course.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0042


Faculty of Arts and Education

Australian Society of Archivists - Margaret Jennings Award

AEFB 17/110 on 17/10/2017

Criteria

Students with the highest GPA average of the Records and Archives Management subjects in either the Bachelor of Information Studies (with Specialisations) and/or the Master of Information Studies (with Specialisations) courses

Eligibility

Graduating from any of the following courses: Bachelor of Information Studies (Records and Archives Management) or Master of Information Studies (Records and Archives Management)

Value

The prize will be $300 per annum and an inscribed certificate issued by the Australian Society of Archivists.

Certificate text

for the graduating student attaining the highest academic achievement (GPA) for a course accredited by the Australian Society of Archivists.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0434


Faculty of Arts and Education

Institute for Information Management Prize

AEFB 19/75 on 22/10/2019

Criteria

Student with the highest GPA average over the Information and Knowledge Management Specialisation subjects in either the Bachelor of Information Studies (with Specialisations) and/ or the Master of Information Studies (with Specialisations) courses.

Eligibility

Graduation from any of the following courses: Bachelor of Information Studies (Information and Knowledge Management) and/ or Master of Information Studies (Information and Knowledge Management)

Value

The Prize will be to the value of $300 and one year's individual membership to the Institute of Information Management; and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

For the graduating student with the highest GPA average over the Information and Knowledge Management specialisation subjects.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0307


Faculty of Arts and Education

SAGE Research Prize

Approved by Dean

Criteria

This prize will be awarded to the student who demonstrates the greatest understanding of information research in practice with the highest overall mark in INF447 Research in Practice.

Eligibility

Graduation from the following courses: Master of Information Studies (with Specialisations) Articulated Set

Value

The prize will be an EFT to the value of $1000 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

This certificate is awarded to a graduate in the Master of Information Studies (with Specialisations) Articulated Set for achievement of the highest mark in INF447 Research in Practice, and demonstration through his/her submitted work of an excellent understanding of research in information practice.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0420


Faculty of Arts and Education

Sigrid McCausland Prize

AEFB 19/13 on 26/3/2019

Criteria

The graduating student in either the Bachelor or Master of Information Studies course with the highest mark for either INF317 or INF529 Organisational and Personal Records.

Eligibility

Completion of either INF317 or INF529 Organisational and Personal Records in either the Bachelor of Information Studies or Master of Information Studies course.

Value

The Prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $250 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

is awarded to a graduating student in the Bachelor of Information Studies or the Master of Information Studies course in either the subject INF317 or INF529.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Arts and Education for further information.

Administration code

PR0494


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Constables Education Program Medallion

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The most outstanding result achieved by a student graduating from the Associate Degree in Policing Practice.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Associate Degree in Policing Practice.

Value

The Prize will be a boxed, engraved medallion provided by the NSW Police Force and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the most outstanding result achieved by a graduating student from the Associate Degree in Policing Practice

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0013


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

The Bev Lawson Memorial Award

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The most outstanding result achieved by a female student graduating from the Associate Degree in Policing Practice.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Associate Degree in Policing Practice.

Value

The Prize will be a monetary prize to the value of $1000 and a framed certificate supplied by NSW Police and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the most outstanding result achieved by a female student graduating from the Associate Degree in Policing Practice

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0012


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Police Association of New South Wales Award

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The most outstanding result achieved by a student graduating from the Bachelor of Policing who is a sworn or unsworn member of the NSW Police.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Policing.

Value

The prize consists of an engraved glass trophy supplied by the Police Association of New South Wales and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the most outstanding result achieved by a student graduating from the Bachelor of Policing who is a sworn or unsworn member of the NSW Police

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0014


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Police Bank Prize

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The most outstanding result achieved by a student graduating from the Bachelor of Policing (Investigations) who is a sworn or unsworn member of the NSW Police.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Policing (Investigations).

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $100, a brass and wooden plaque supplied by Police Bank and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the most outstanding result achieved by a graduating student from the Bachelor of Policing (Investigations) who is a sworn or unsworn member of the NSW Police

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0015


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Australian Psychological Society Prize

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the student graduating from either an Honours year in Psychology or the Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology with the most distinguished record.

Eligibility

Enrolment in an Honours year in Psychology or the Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology.

Value

The successful candidate for the APS Prize will receive: a. A letter from the APS President that recognises the excellence of their achievements in studying psychology b. A certificate c. An offer of one year of complimentary membership of the Society provided that the successful Candidate makes an application for membership within three (3) months of receiving notice of their Prize. Any successful Candidate who is an existing Student or Associate Member of the Society will be offered membership of the Society for the following twelve (12) months at no cost d. An invitation to present a poster on their thesis at the APS Congress in the year following their nomination for the Prize or, in years when no Congress will be held, at another high profile event. If the successful Candidate accepts this invitation, their Congress/event registration fee will be paid for by the APS.

Certificate text

for the graduating student from either an Honours year in Psychology or the Postgraduate Diploma of Psychology with the most distinguished record

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0300


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

NSW Western Region Branch Prize for Excellence in Applied Psychology Studies

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student who achieves the most outstanding results in PSY404 Psychological Assessment and whose primary place of residence is in the Western Region of NSW.

Eligibility

Enrolment in PSY404 Psychological Assessment and must reside in the Western Region of NSW.

Value

The prize consists of a book voucher to the value of $100, a one year membership subscription to the Australian Psychological Society and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student who achieves the most outstanding results in the subject PSY404 Psychological Assessment and whose primary place of residence is in the Western Region of NSW

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0019


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Centre for Customs and Excise Studies Award

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The most outstanding results achieved by a student graduating from the Master of Customs Administration course.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Master of Customs Administration course

Value

The prize consists of an engraved Medallion supplied by the Centre for Customs and Excise Studies and an inscribed certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

for the most outstanding results achieved by a student graduating from the Master of Customs Administration course.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0469


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Central West Law Society Prize - Community Law and Culture: Regional, Rural, Remote and Indigenous Contemporary Issues

BJBSFB 17/105 on 17/10/2017

Criteria

The student enrolled in the Bachelor of Laws who achieved the best result in the subject LAW314 Community Law and Culture: Regional, Rural, Remote and Indigenous Contemporary Issues undertaken through the Centre for Law and Justice.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Laws.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $200 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Laws who achieved the best result in the subject LAW314 Community Law and Culture: Regional, Rural, Remote and Indigenous Contemporary Issues undertaken through the Centre for Law and Justice.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0491


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Central West Law Society Prize - Criminal Law

BJBSFB 17/105 on 17/10/2017

Criteria

The student enrolled in the Bachelor of Laws who achieved the best result in the current academic year in the subject LAW113 Criminal Law undertaken through the Centre for Law and Justice.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Laws.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $200 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Laws who achieved the best result in the subject LAW113 Criminal Law undertaken through the Centre for Law and Justice.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0487


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Central West Law Society Prize - Professional Legal Conduct

BJBSFB 17/105 on 17/10/2017

Criteria

The student enrolled in the Bachelor of Laws who achieved the best result in the subject LAW309 Professional Legal Conduct undertaken through the Centre for Law and Justice.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Laws.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $200 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Laws who achieved the best result in the subject LAW309 Professional Legal Conduct undertaken through the Centre for Law and Justice.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0490


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Central West Law Society Prize - Property Law

BJBSFB 17/105 on 17/10/2017

Criteria

The student enrolled in the Bachelor of Laws who achieved the best result in the subject LAW216 Property Law undertaken through the Centre for Law and Justice.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Laws.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $200 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Laws who achieved the best result in the subject LAW216 Property Law undertaken through the Centre for Law and Justice.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0489


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Central West Law Society Prize - Writing and Communication for Legal Professionals

BJBSFB 17/105 on 17/10/2017

Criteria

The student enrolled in the Bachelor of Laws who achieved the best result in the subject LAW116 Writing and Communication for Legal Professionals undertaken through the Centre for Law and Justice.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Laws.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $200 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Laws who achieved the best result in the subject LAW116 Writing and Communication for Legal Professionals undertaken through the Centre for Law and Justice.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0488


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Ian Smith Memorial Prize

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled in the Bachelor of Laws who has achieved the top result in LAW312 Resources Law: Contemporary Issues in Primary Production undertaken through the Centre for Law and Justice.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Laws.

Value

The Prize will consist of a monetary prize to the value of $1,000 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

For the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Laws who has achieved the top result in LAW312 Resources Law: Contemporary Issues in Primary Production undertaken through the Centre for Law and Justice.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0486


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Devro Project Management Encouragement Award

BJBSFB 19/54 on 13/8/2019

Criteria

The student internally enrolled on the Bathurst Campus who achieved the highest mark in the subject ITC309 Software Development Project 2 undertaken through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the subject ITC309 Software Development Project 2

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $300 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student internally enrolled on the Bathurst Campus who achieved the highest mark in the subject ITC309 Software Development Project 2 undertaken through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0137


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

IT Masters - Master of Cloud Computing and Virtualisation

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in the Master of Cloud Computing and Virtualisation course undertaken through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Master of Cloud Computing and Virtualisation course

Value

The Prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $400 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in the Master of Cloud Computing and Virtualisation course undertaken through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0502


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

IT Masters - Master of Cyber Security Award

BJBSFB 19/54 on 13/8/2019

Criteria

The graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in the Master of Cyber Security course undertaken through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Master of Cyber Security course

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $400 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in the Master of Cyber Security course undertaken through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0511


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

IT Masters - Master of Information Systems Security Award

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in the Master of Information Systems Security course undertaken through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Master of Information Systems Security course

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $400 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in the Master of Information Systems Security course undertaken through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0163


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

IT Masters - Master of Mobile Applications Development Award

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in the Master of Mobile Applications Development course undertaken through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Master of Mobile Applications Development course

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $400 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in the Master of Mobile Applications Development course undertaken through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0472


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

IT Masters - Master of Networking and Systems Administration Award

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in the Master of Networking and Systems Administration course undertaken through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Master of Networking and Systems Administration course

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $400 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in the Master of Networking and Systems Administration course undertaken through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0164


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

School of Computing & Mathematics Prize for Academic Excellence in First Year Computer Science

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The continuing student enrolled in the Bachelor of Computer Science or the Bachelor of Computer Science (Games Technology) who has achieved the highest GPA in their first year of study.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Computer Science or the Bachelor of Computer Science (Games Technology) and completion of 64 points of study

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $300 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Computer Science or the Bachelor of Computer Science (Games Technology) who has achieved the highest GPA in their first year of study.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0141


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

School of Computing and Mathematics Award for Academic Excellence in Postgraduate Mathematics

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in any postgraduate course belonging to the Mathematics discipline offered through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Eligibility

Enrolment in any postgraduate course belonging to the Mathematics discipline offered through the School of Computing and Mathematics

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $300 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in any postgraduate course belonging to the Mathematics discipline offered through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0329


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

School of Computing and Mathematics Honours Academic Excellence Award

BJBSFB 18/61 on 12/6/2018

Criteria

The graduating student who achieved the highest mark in any Honours course offered through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Eligibility

Enrolment in any Honours course offered through the School of Computing and Mathematics

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $300 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the highest mark in any Honours course offered through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0327


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

School of Computing and Mathematics Master of Information Technology Award

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in the Master of Information Technology course undertaken through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Master of Information Technology course

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $300 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in the Master of Information Technology course undertaken through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0168


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

School of Computing and Mathematics Postgraduate Academic Excellence Award

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in any Masters course offered through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Eligibility

Enrolment in any Masters course offered through the School of Computing and Mathematics

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $300 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in any Masters course offered through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0328


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

School of Computing and Mathematics Prize for Academic Excellence in First Year Information Technology

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The continuing student enrolled in the Bachelor of Information Technology who has achieved the highest GPA in their first year of study.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Information Technology course and completion of 64 points of study

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $300 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Information Technology course who achieved the highest GPA in their first year of study.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0143


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

School of Computing and Mathematics Prize for Academic Excellence in Information Technology

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in any undergraduate course undertaken through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Eligibility

Enrolment in an undergraduate course offered through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $300 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in any undergraduate course undertaken through the School of Computing and Mathematics.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0144


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

The PETA Power Memorial Prize

Approved by Dean

Criteria

CROSS-CAMPUS JOINT-SCHOOL PRIZE. The graduating female student with the highest GPA in any of the IT Masters courses undertaken through School of Computing and Mathematics or the School of Management and Marketing.

Eligibility

Enrolment in one of the following IT Masters courses: Master of Business Administration (Computing); Master of Cloud Computing and Virtualisation; Master of Information Systems Security; Master of Management (Information Technology); Master of Mobile Applications Development; Master of Networking and Systems Administration; and Master of Project Management.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $750.00 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating female student with the highest GPA in any of the IT Masters courses undertaken through the School of Computing and Mathematics or the School of Management and Marketing.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0095


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Bush & Campbell Prize Wagga Wagga Campus

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The internal student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Wagga Wagga campus who achieved the highest results in the subject ACC210 Management Accounting within the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course by an internal student on the Wagga Wagga campus.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $250 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the internal student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Wagga Wagga campus who achieved the highest results in the subject ACC210 Management Accounting within the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0430


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

CPA Australia Prize (1st yr; Albury-Wodonga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student on the Albury-Wodonga campus who achieves the best first year results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the part-time or full-time Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $300, an inscribed certificate from CPA Australia and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student on the Albury-Wodonga campus who achieved the best first year results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0102


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

CPA Australia Prize (1st yr; Bathurst)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student on the Bathurst campus who achieves the best first year results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the part-time or full-time Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $300, an inscribed certificate from CPA Australia and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student on the Bathurst campus who achieved the best first year results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0105


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

CPA Australia Prize (1st yr; Wagga Wagga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student on the Wagga Wagga campus who achieves the best first year results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the part-time or full-time Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $300, an inscribed certificate from CPA Australia and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student on the Wagga Wagga campus who achieved the best first year results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0108


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

CPA Australia Prize (2nd yr; Albury-Wodonga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student on the Albury-Wodonga campus who achieves the best second year results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the part-time or full-time Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $300, an inscribed certificate from CPA Australia and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student on the Albury-Wodonga campus who achieved the best second year results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0103


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

CPA Australia Prize (2nd yr; Bathurst)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student on the Bathurst campus who achieves the best second year results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the part-time or full-time Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $300, an inscribed certificate from CPA Australia and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student on the Bathurst campus who achieved the best second year results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0106


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

CPA Australia Prize (2nd yr; Wagga Wagga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student on the Wagga Wagga campus who achieves the best second year results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the part-time or full-time Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $300, an inscribed certificate from CPA Australia and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student on the Wagga Wagga campus who achieved the best second year results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0109


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

CPA Australia Prize (Graduate; Albury-Wodonga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student on the Albury-Wodonga campus who achieves the best third year results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the part-time or full-time Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $300, an inscribed certificate from CPA Australia and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student on the Albury-Wodonga campus who achieved the best third year results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0104


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

CPA Australia Prize (Graduate; Bathurst)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student on the Bathurst campus who achieves the best third year results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the part-time or full-time Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $300, an inscribed certificate from CPA Australia and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student on the Bathurst campus who achieved the best third year results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0107


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

CPA Australia Prize (Graduate; Wagga Wagga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student on the Wagga Wagga campus who achieves the best third year results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the part-time or full-time Bachelor of Business (Accounting) and Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $300, an inscribed certificate from CPA Australia and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student on the Wagga Wagga campus who achieved the best third year results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0110


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Central West Law Society Prize - Business Law

BJBSFB 19/54 on 13/8/2019

Criteria

The student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Bathurst campus who achieved the best result in the current academic year in the subject LAW110 Business Law undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $200 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Bathurst campus who achieved the best result in the subject LAW110 Business Law undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0136


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Prize - Penultimate Year Accounting (Albury-Wodonga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled in the second year of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Albury-Wodonga campus who achieved the highest result in the subject ACC222 External Reporting undertaken in the current academic year through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $250, a certificate awarded by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the second year of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Albury-Wodonga campus who achieved the highest result in the subject ACC222 External Reporting undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0132


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Prize - Penultimate Year Accounting (Bathurst)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled in the second year of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Bathurst campus who achieved the highest result in the subject ACC222 External Reporting undertaken in the current academic year through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $250, a certificate awarded by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the second year of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course on the Bathurst campus who achieved the highest result in the subject ACC222 External Reporting undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0133


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Prize Most Outstanding Accounting Graduating Student

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student who achieved the most outstanding overall results upon completion of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $700, a certificate awarded by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the most outstanding overall results upon completion of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0093


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Prize in Final Year Accounting (Albury-Wodonga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student enrolled in the final year of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Albury-Wodonga campus who achieves the highest result in the current academic year in the subject ACC331 Auditing and Assurance Services undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $250, a certificate awarded by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student enrolled in the final year of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Albury-Wodonga campus who achieved the highest result in the subject ACC331 Auditing and Assurance Services undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0126


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Prize in Final Year Accounting (Bathurst)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student enrolled in the final year of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Bathurst campus who achieves the highest result in the current academic year in the subject ACC331 Auditing and Assurance Services undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $250, a certificate awarded by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student enrolled in the final year of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Bathurst campus who achieved the highest result in the subject ACC331 Auditing and Assurance Services undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0127


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Prize in Final Year Accounting (Wagga Wagga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student enrolled in the final year of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Wagga Wagga campus who achieved the highest result in the subject ACC331 Auditing and Assurance Services undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $250, a certificate awarded by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student enrolled in the final year of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Wagga Wagga campus who achieved the highest result in the subject ACC331 Auditing and Assurance Services undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0128


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Prize in First Year Accounting (Albury-Wodonga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled in the first year of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Albury-Wodonga campus who achieved the highest result in the current academic year in the subject ACC110 Accounting 2 undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $250, a certificate awarded by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the first year of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Albury-Wodonga campus who achieved the highest result in the subject ACC110 Accounting 2 undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0129


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Prize in First Year Accounting (Bathurst)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled in the first year of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Bathurst campus who achieved the highest result in the current academic year in the subject ACC110 Accounting 2 undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $250, a certificate awarded by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the first year of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Bathurst campus who achieved the highest result in the subject ACC110 Accounting 2 undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0130


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Prize in First Year Accounting (Wagga Wagga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled in the first year of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Wagga Wagga campus who achieved the highest result in the current academic year in the subject ACC110 Accounting 2 undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $250, a certificate awarded by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the first year of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Wagga Wagga campus who achieved the highest result in the subject ACC110 Accounting 2 undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0131


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Prize: Penultimate Year Accounting (Wagga Wagga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled in the second year of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Wagga Wagga campus who achieved the highest result in the subject ACC222 External Reporting in the current academic year undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $250, a certificate awarded by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the second year of the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Wagga Wagga campus who achieved the highest result in the subject ACC222 External Reporting undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0134


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Financial Accounting Prize

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Albury-Wodonga campus who has made a significant contribution to the corporate life or environment of the campus; and who achieved the best results in the subjects ACC222 External Reporting and ACC322 Company Accounting undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

1. Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting as a full-time student on the Albury-Wodonga campus. 2. Demonstrated residency of a minimum of three (3) years within North-East Victoria or the Riverina region of New South Wales at the time of completion of the relevant subjects, and have come from a predominantly rural or regional background. 3. Successful completion of ACC322 Company Accounting in the prior academic year and ACC222 External Reporting, its prerequisite subject.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $250 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course on the Albury-Wodonga campus who has made a significant contribution to the corporate life or environment of the campus; and who achieved the best results in the subjects ACC222 External Reporting and ACC322 Company Accounting undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0149


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Financial Planning Association of Australia Prize

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student who achieved the highest overall GPA in FIN560 plus three other financial planning specialist subjects from the list below: FIN562 FIN563 FIN564 FIN567 LAW545

Eligibility

Enrolment in a postgraduate course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $1,000 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who has achieved the highest overall GPA in four financial planning specialist subjects in a postgraduate course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0454


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Findex Second Year Accounting Prize (Albury-Wodonga)

BJBSFB 19/54 on 13/8/2019

Criteria

The internal student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Albury-Wodonga campus who achieved the highest results in the subject ACC210 Management Accounting in the current academic year undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course by an internal student on the Albury-Wodonga campus.

Value

The prize consists of monetary prize to the value of $500 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the internal student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Albury-Wodonga campus who achieved the highest results in the subject ACC210 Management Accounting in the current academic year undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0312


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Johnsons MME Chartered Accountants Award for Outstanding Achievement on Albury-Wodonga Campus

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student who achieved the most outstanding overall results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance on the Albury-Wodonga campus.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on Albury-Wodonga campus

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $500 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the most outstanding overall results in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance on the Albury-Wodonga campus.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0429


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Leanne Randall Memorial Prize for Academic Achievement

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course who achieved the highest result in level 3 Accounting and level 3 Law subjects undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance and whose primary residence is in the Central West region.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course and must reside in the Central West region.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $400 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or Bachelor of Accounting course who achieved the highest result in level 3 Accounting and level 3 Law subjects undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance and whose primary residence is in the Central West region.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0140


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

LexisNexis Prize (Business Law; Albury-Wodonga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Albury-Wodonga campus, who achieves the highest mark in LAW110 Business Law, undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of 6 months access to the LexisNexis Practical Guidance online tool and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Albury-Wodonga campus, who achieved the highest mark in LAW110 Business Law, undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0111


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

LexisNexis Prize (Business Law; Bathurst)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Bathurst campus, who achieved the highest mark in LAW110 Business Law, undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of 6 months access to the LexisNexis Practical Guidance online tool and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Bathurst campus, who achieved the highest mark in LAW110 Business Law, undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0114


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

LexisNexis Prize (Business Law; Wagga Wagga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Wagga Wagga campus, who achieved the highest mark in LAW110 Business Law, undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of 6 months access to the LexisNexis Practical Guidance online tool and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Wagga Wagga campus, who achieved the highest mark in LAW110 Business Law, undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0117


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

LexisNexis Prize (Business Organisations Law; Albury-Wodonga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Albury-Wodonga campus, who achieved the highest mark in LAW220 Business Organisations Law, undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of 6 months access to the LexisNexis Practical Guidance online tool and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Albury-Wodonga campus, who achieved the highest mark in LAW220 Business Organisations Law, undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0112


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

LexisNexis Prize (Business Organisations Law; Bathurst)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Bathurst campus, who achieved the highest mark in LAW220 Business Organisations Law, undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of 6 months access to the LexisNexis Practical Guidance online tool and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Bathurst campus, who achieved the highest mark in LAW220 Business Organisations Law, undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0115


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

LexisNexis Prize (Business Organisations Law; Wagga Wagga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Wagga Wagga campus, who achieved the highest mark LAW220 Business Organisations Law, undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of 6 months access to the LexisNexis Practical Guidance online tool and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Wagga Wagga campus, who achieved the highest mark LAW220 Business Organisations Law, undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0118


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

LexisNexis Prize (Taxation Law (Principles); Albury-Wodonga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Albury-Wodonga campus, who achieved the highest mark in LAW301 Taxation Law (Principles), undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of 6 months access to the LexisNexis Practical Guidance online tool and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Albury-Wodonga campus, who achieved the highest mark in LAW301 Taxation Law (Principles), undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0113


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

LexisNexis Prize (Taxation Law (Principles); Bathurst)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Bathurst campus, who achieved the highest mark in LAW301 Taxation Law (Principles), undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of 6 months access to the LexisNexis Practical Guidance online tool and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Bathurst campus, who achieved the highest mark in LAW301 Taxation Law (Principles), undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0116


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

LexisNexis Prize (Taxation Law (Principles); Wagga Wagga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Wagga Wagga campus, who achieved the highest mark in LAW301 Taxation Law (Principles), undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course.

Value

The prize consists of 6 months access to the LexisNexis Practical Guidance online tool and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Business (Accounting) or the Bachelor of Accounting course on the Wagga Wagga campus, who achieved the highest mark in LAW301 Taxation Law (Principles), undertaken through the School of Accounting and Finance.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0119


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Australian HR Institute (AHRI) Award for Excellence in the Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

for the graduating student who obtained the most outstanding results in Human Resource Management specialisation subjects in the Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) course.

Value

The prize consists of a one year Australian HR Institute membership (valued up to $360), a certificate awarded by the Australian HR Institute and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who obtained the most outstanding results in Human Resource Management specialisation subjects in the Bachelor of Business (Human Resource Management) course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0158


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Australian HR Institute (AHRI) Prize for Highest Academic Achievement in the Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student who achieves the most outstanding results in the Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management course.

Value

The prize consists of a one year Australian HR Institute membership (valued up to $360), a certificate awarded by the Australian HR Institute and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the most outstanding results in the Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0159


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Australian HR Institute (AHRI) Prize for Outstanding Achievement in the Master of Human Resource Management

Approved by Dean

Criteria

for the graduating student who achieves the most outstanding results in the Master of Human Resource Management course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Master of Human Resource Management course.

Value

The prize consists of a one year Australian HR Institute membership (valued up to $360), a certificate awarded by the Australian HR Institute and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the most outstanding results in the Master of Human Resource Management course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0160


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Australian Marketing Institute Prize

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student who achieves the best academic record in the Marketing specialisation subjects of the Bachelor of Business (Marketing) course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Marketing) course.

Value

The prize consists of a one year membership of the Australian Marketing Institute and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the best academic record in the Marketing specialisation subjects of the Bachelor of Business (Marketing) course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0148


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

IT Masters - Master of Applied Digital Marketing Award

BJBSFB 19/13 on 26/3/2019

Criteria

The graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in the Master of Applied Digital Marketing course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Master of Applied Digital Marketing course

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $400 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in the Master of Applied Digital Marketing course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0512


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

IT Masters - Master of Business Administration (Computing) Award

Reinstated: 21112017

Criteria

The graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in the Master of Business Administration (Computing) course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Master of Business Administration (Computing) course

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $400 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in the Master of Business Administration (Computing) course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0367


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

IT Masters - Master of Management (Information Technology) Award

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in the Master of Management (Information Technology) course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Master of Management (Information Technology) course

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $400 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in the Master of Management (Information Technology) course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0171


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

IT Masters - Master of Project Management Award

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student who achieves the highest GPA in the Master of Project Management course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Master of Project Management course

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $400 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the highest GPA in the Master of Project Management course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0368


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

School of Management and Marketing Outstanding On-Campus Student Prize (Albury-Wodonga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled full-time, on-campus in the Bachelor of Business (Management or Marketing) course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing on the Albury-Wodonga campus, who achieves the best overall GPA in their first year of study.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Management or Marketing) course by an internal student on the Albury-Wodonga campus.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $250 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled full-time, on-campus in the Bachelor of Business (Management or Marketing) course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing on the Albury-Wodonga campus, who achieved the best overall GPA in their first year of study.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0154


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

School of Management and Marketing Outstanding On-Campus Student Prize (Bathurst)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled full-time, on-campus in the Bachelor of Business (Management or Marketing) course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing on the Bathurst campus, who achieves the best overall GPA in their first year of study.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Management or Marketing) course by an internal student on the Bathurst campus.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $250 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled full-time, on-campus in the Bachelor of Business (Management or Marketing) course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing on the Bathurst campus, who achieved the best overall GPA in their first year of study.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0444


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

School of Management and Marketing Outstanding On-Campus Student Prize (Wagga Wagga)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student enrolled full-time, on-campus in the Bachelor of Business (Management or Marketing) course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing on the Wagga Wagga campus, who achieves the best overall GPA in their first year of study.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Management or Marketing) course by an internal student on the Wagga Wagga campus.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $250 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled full-time, on-campus in the Bachelor of Business (Management or Marketing) course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing on the Wagga Wagga campus, who achieved the best overall GPA in their first year of study.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0445


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

School of Management and Marketing Prize for the Best Graduating Student in the Bachelor of Business (Management)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

An internally-enrolled graduating student who achieves the most outstanding results in the Bachelor of Business (Management) course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Business (Management) course as an internal student.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $300 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for an internally-enrolled graduating student who achieved the most outstanding results in the Bachelor of Business (Management) course undertaken through the School of Management and Marketing.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0153


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

CSU Engineering Prize for the Engineers Without Borders Annual Challenge University Award

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Criteria

The continuing students enrolled in the Bachelor of Technology (Civil Systems) / Master of Engineering (Civil Systems), who are part of the selected team in the Engineers Without Borders Annual Challenge in the Session 1 offering of subject ENG161.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Technology (Civil Systems) / Master of Engineering (Civil Systems) and completion of ENG161 Engineering Challenge 1.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $500 for each student in the selected team who travel to be part of the National EWB Making an Impact Summit and EWB Challenge Showcase and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Technology (Civil Systems) / Master of Engineering (Civil Systems) who is part of the Engineers Without Borders Annual Challenge team selected to represent CSU Engineering at the National EWB Making an Impact Summit and EWB Challenge Showcase.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0519


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

CSU Study Centre Sydney Peter Smith Memorial Award

Approved by Dean

Criteria

Awarded to the CSU Study Centre Sydney student who achieves the highest overall mark in ITC355 and where all of their assessment items for the subject were passed on the first attempt.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the subject ITC355 at CSU Study Centre Sydney.

Value

A certificate is issued by CSU Study Centre and the students name is engraved onto a memorial plaque.

Certificate text

No certificate text

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0498


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

CSU Study Centres' Academic Achievement Award

Approved by Dean

Criteria

Awarded to students who obtain a GPA of at least 6.0 across a minimum of 3 subjects in any single study session. Students many receive multiple awards for different sessions.

Eligibility

Enrolment in a course offered at CSU Study Centre.

Value

A certificate is issued by CSU Study Centre.

Certificate text

No certificate text

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0500


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

CSU Study Centres' Academic Director's Commendation

Approved by Dean

Criteria

Awarded to the graduating students at each Study Centre who achieve the highest result in a Bachelor degree from each discipline and a Master degree from each discipline (Accounting, Business and Information Technology). This means that up to 6 commendations may be awarded at each site each year (if suitable recipients are identified). The commendation is awarded to the graduate with the highest overall GPA; subject to this being a GPA of at least 6.0 and that the student has studied a minimum of 8 CSU subjects that contribute to this GPA calculation. If there is more than one eligible recipient in each discipline that meets the criteria, the commendation would be awarded to the graduate with the greatest number of subjects undertaken at CSU. At this stage if there is still more than one eligible recipient, the Academic Director's Commendation will be shared.

Eligibility

Enrolment in a course offered at CSU Study Centre.

Value

A certificate is issued by CSU Study Centre.

Certificate text

No certificate text

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0497


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

CSU Study Centres' Academic Merit Scholarship

Approved by Dean

Criteria

Awarded each year prior to the commencement Session 2 (i.e., session 60). There are a limited number of awards at each Study Centre (Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney) covering one award in each of the disciplines taught at those sites - Accounting, Business, and Information Technology. The specific criteria used to determine the top student in each discipline in each Study Centre are: 1. Cannot have previously received a CSU Study Centre Academic Merit Award; 2. Highest GPA (in current course) [ignoring previous courses and articulated pathways]; 3. Must have at least 5 results in their current course; 4. Must have subjects remaining in the course for which the scholarship can be employed; and 5. Must be studying in at least one subject in the 60 session.

Eligibility

Enrolment in a course offered at CSU Study Centre.

Value

The award covers the fee for one subject in the ensuing 60 session and is administered by Study Centre.

Certificate text

No certificate text

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0499


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences Outstanding Thesis Prize

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The thesis is to be assessed by examiners as an outstanding contribution to knowledge. It will demonstrate that the candidate(s) has a highly developed understanding of the research topic and carried out the project with exceptional academic rigour.

Eligibility

Enrolment in any Higher Degree by Research course within the Faculty.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $300 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student enrolled in a Higher Degree by Research course within the Faculty who has an outstanding record of scholarship and research.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0315


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Joss Group Outstanding Thesis Prize

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The thesis is to be determined by examiners as an outstanding contribution to knowledge. It will demonstrate that the candidate has a highly developed understanding of the research topic and that they carried out the project with exceptional academic rigour.

Eligibility

Enrolment in any Higher Degree by Research course within the School of Accounting and Finance or the School of Management and Marketing.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $500 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the most outstanding overall results upon completion of a Higher Degree by Research course within the School of Accounting and Finance or the School of Management and Marketing.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0428


Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Joss Group Undergraduate Outstanding Achievement Award

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The graduating student who achieved the most outstanding overall results upon completion of an undergraduate course within the School of Accounting and Finance or the School of Management and Marketing.

Eligibility

Enrolment in any undergraduate course within the School of Accounting and Finance or the School of Management and Marketing.

Value

The prize consists of a monetary prize to the value of $500 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieved the most outstanding overall results upon completion of an undergraduate course within the School of Accounting and Finance or the School of Management and Marketing.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0427


Faculty of Science

Aidacare Prize

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Criteria

The student who has presented the most outstanding paper at the fourth-year end of program student conference and is eligible for graduation.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Occupational Therapy or Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours).

Value

The Prize will be a payment of $150.00 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who presented the most outstanding paper at the occupational therapy student conference.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Community Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0249


Faculty of Science

Australian Physiotherapy Association Prize - Best Clinical Cardio

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student with the best academic performance in the cardiopulmonary component of the Bachelor of Physiotherapy or Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours).

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Physiotherapy or Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours).

Value

APA National Group membership and a certificate from APA. The recipient would need to be a member of the APA to get the free National Group membership.

Certificate text

for the graduating student with the best academic performance in the cardiopulmonary component of the Bachelor of Physiotherapy or Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours).

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Community Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0243


Faculty of Science

Australian Physiotherapy Association Prize - Best Clinical Neuro

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student with the best academic performance in subject PHS308 Physiotherapy in Adult Neurological Practice.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Physiotherapy or Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours).

Value

APA National Group membership and a certificate from APA. The recipient would need to be a member of the APA to get the free National Group membership.

Certificate text

for the graduating student with the best academic performance in subject PHS308 Physiotherapy in Adult Neurological Practice in the Bachelor of Physiotherapy or Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours).

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Community Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0256


Faculty of Science

Australian Physiotherapy Association Prize - Highest Academic Achiever

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student in the Bachelor of Physiotherapy or Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) with the most outstanding academic achievement based on GPA.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Physiotherapy or Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours).

Value

The prize will consist of $100.00 off APA membership, a $250 monetary prize from ASICS and a certificate from APA.

Certificate text

for the graduating student in the Bachelor of Physiotherapy or Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) course with the most outstanding academic achievement.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Community Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0244


Faculty of Science

Australian Podiatry Association Biomechanics Prize

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the student with the highest academic achievement in POD242 Podiatric Biomechanics.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine - subject POD242 Podiatric Biomechanics.

Value

The prize will be a payment to the value of $200, one year membership to the association when the recipient becomes registered to practice as a podiatrist and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student with the highest academic achievement in POD242 Podiatric Biomechanics.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Community Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0246


Faculty of Science

Australian Podiatry Association Prize for Clinical Excellence

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the most outstanding 3rd year student demonstrating Clinical Excellence. The student will have demonstrated a high level of capability as a reflective and holistic practitioner, as evidenced through their clinical logbook.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine/Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine (Honours).

Value

The prize will be a payment to the value of $200, one year membership to the Association for the prize winner when they become registered to practice as a podiatrist and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the most outstanding 3rd year student demonstrating Clinical Excellence in the Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine/Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine (Honours).

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Community Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0326


Faculty of Science

Australian Podiatry Association Prize for Evidence Based Practice

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the most outstanding graduate in the field of Evidence Based Practice. The student will have demonstrated a high level of capability in preparing and presenting a review of current literature.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine or Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine (Honours).

Value

The prize will be a payment to the value of $200, one year membership to the Association when the winner becomes registered to practice as a podiatrist and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the most outstanding graduate in the field of Evidence Based Practice

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Community Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0325


Faculty of Science

Interpod Podiatry Prize

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the student with the highest academic achievement in POD246 Podiatric Paediatrics and Orthomechanics.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine - subject POD246 Podiatric Paediatrics and Orthomechanics

Value

The Prize will be a payment to the value of $200.00 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student with the highest academic achievement in POD246 Podiatric Paediatrics and Orthomechanics

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Community Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0248


Faculty of Science

Occupational Therapy Australia Prize for Excellence in Professional Practice

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the final year undergraduate occupational therapy student who has demonstrated excellence in their final year clinical fieldwork.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Occupational Therapy or Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours

Value

The prize will be an Occupational Therapy Australia new graduate membership subscription to the association for one year and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the undergraduate occupational therapy student who has demonstrated excellence in their final year clinical fieldwork.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Community Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0257


Faculty of Science

Physiotherapy Research Foundation Prize

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded each year to a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) student with the best result for the dissertation which is the assessment requirement for HLT441 Community Health Honours Project / Dissertation.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) course. Enrolment in HLT441 Health Honours Project/Dissertation

Value

The Prize will be a payment to the value of $150 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating physiotherapy student with the best academic performance in Honours.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Community Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0259


Faculty of Science

Speech Pathology Australia Prize (Bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology)

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student with the most outstanding academic performance in either the Bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology or Bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology (Honours) course based on GPA.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology or Bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology (Honours) course.

Value

The prize will be equivalent to the cost to upgrade one year's membership from a student member to a practising member with Speech Pathology Australia and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student with the most outstanding academic performance in either the Bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology or Bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology (Honours)

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Community Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0262


Faculty of Science

Speech Pathology Australia Prize (Master of Speech Pathology)

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student with the most outstanding academic performance based on GPA.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Master of Speech Pathology.

Value

The prize will be equivalent to the cost to upgrade one year's membership from a student member to a practising member with Speech Pathology Australia and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student with the most outstanding academic performance in the Master of Speech Pathology.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Community Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0521


Faculty of Science

Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health Prize for Occupational Therapy

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student with the best academic performance in the final year viewpoint article focusing on a contemporary occupational therapy practice issue specific to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Political and Socio-cultural contexts of practice subject of the Bachelor of Occupational Therapy.

Eligibility

Enrolment Bachelor of Occupational Therapy. Final year Bachelor of Occupational Therapy student eligible for graduation

Value

The prize will be a payment of $100 and a certificate from Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health.

Certificate text

For the graduating student with the best academic performance in the final year viewpoint article.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Community Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0523


Faculty of Science

Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health Prize for Physiotherapy

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student with the best academic performance in the Rural and Remote Physiotherapy subject in the Bachelor of Physiotherapy or Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours).

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Physiotherapy or Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours). Enrolment in the in the Rural and Remote Physiotherapy subject.

Value

The prize will be a payment of $100 and a certificate from Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health.

Certificate text

For the graduating student with the best academic performance in the final year Rural and Remote Physiotherapy subject.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Community Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0520


Faculty of Science

Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health Prize for Podiatric Medicine

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student with the best academic performance in the reflection on professional practice assessment task in the in the Professional Podiatric Practice subject of the Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine or Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine (Honours).

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine or Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine (Honours). Enrolment in the in the Professional Podiatric Practice subject.

Value

The prize will be a payment of $100 and a certificate from Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health.

Certificate text

For the graduating student with the best academic performance in the reflection on professional practice assessment task.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Community Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0526


Faculty of Science

Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health Prize for the Bachelor of Speech and Language

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student with the best academic performance in the Evaluating Equity & Access in Practice assessment task in the Community and Evidence Based Speech Pathology Practice subject of the Bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology or Bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology (Honours).

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology or Bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology (Honours). Final year Bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology or Bachelor of Speech and Language Pathology (Honours) student eligible for graduation

Value

The prize will be a payment of $100 and a certificate from Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health.

Certificate text

For the graduating student with the best academic performance in the Evaluating Equity & Access in Practice assessment task.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Community Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0525


Faculty of Science

Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health Prize for the Master of Speech Pathology

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student with the best academic performance in the Cultural Competency and Community Development as Speech Pathology Practice subject of the Master of Speech Pathology.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Master of Speech Pathology Final year Master of Speech Pathology student eligible for graduation

Value

The prize will be a payment of $100 and a certificate from Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health.

Certificate text

For the graduating student with the best academic performance in the Cultural Competency and Community Development as Speech Pathology Practice subject.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Community Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0524


Faculty of Science

Anita Percy Memorial Prize

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the student with the most outstanding academic record who is enrolled full-time in the first year of the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) course.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) course.

Value

The prize will be a payment to the value of $150 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student with the most outstanding academic record who is enrolled full-time in the first year of the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) course

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0212


Faculty of Science

Australian Institute for Medical Scientists (AIMS) South West Division Ian Mogg Memorial Prize

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student with the highest aggregate mark overall in the subjects BMS306 Advanced Haematology, BMS324 Immunohaematology and Blood Transfusion, BMS315 Medical Microbiology.

Eligibility

The student must be enrolled in the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) course. The student must be a final year student

Value

The prize is a 2 year membership with Australian Institute of Medical Scientists to be redeemed within three months of graduating from their course and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student with the highest aggregate mark overall in the subjects BMS306 Advanced Haematology, BMS324 Immunohaematology and Blood Transfusion, BMS315 Medical Microbiology.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0178


Faculty of Science

Australian Institute of Medical Scientists (AIMS) Ian Stanger Prize

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the most outstanding graduate in the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) course.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) course. Graduating student

Value

The prize is a 2 year membership with Australian Institute of Medical Scientists to be redeemed within three months of graduating from their course and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the most outstanding graduate in the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) course

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0176


Faculty of Science

Australian Institute of Medical Scientists (AIMS) Philip Lane Memorial Prize

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the most outstanding graduating student enrolled full-time in the final year of the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) course.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) course. Must be a final year student.

Value

The prize is a 2 year membership with Australian Institute of Medical Scientists to be redeemed within three months of graduating from their course and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the most outstanding student enrolled full-time in the final year of the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) course

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0177


Faculty of Science

Australian Institute of Medical Scientists (AIMS) South West Division Peter Hunt Memorial Prize

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the most outstanding graduating blood film morphology student in the subject BMS306 Advanced Haematology as determined by the highest mark achieved in the Blood Film Assignment and Examination.

Eligibility

The student must be enrolled in the Bachelor of Medical Science (Pathology) course. The student must be a final year student.

Value

The prize is a 2 year membership with Australian Institute of Medical Scientists to be redeemed within three months of graduating from their course and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

Awarded to the most outstanding graduating blood film morphology student in the subject BMS306 Advanced Haematology.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0179


Faculty of Science

Australian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Biochemistry Prize

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Criteria

The student must be enrolled in the Biochemistry subjects BCM210 Biochemistry or BCM211 Foundations of Biochemistry and obtain the highest overall mark.

Eligibility

The student must be enrolled in the Biochemistry subjects BCM210 Biochemistry or BCM211 Foundations of Biochemistry and obtain the highest overall mark.

Value

The prize will consist of $300 (provided by ASBMB), a one year student membership (provided by ASBMB), and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student enrolled in the Biochemistry subjects BCM210 Biochemistry or BCM211 Foundations of Biochemistry with the highest overall mark

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0216


Faculty of Science

Australian Society for Microbiology NSW Branch Undergraduate Student Encouragement Award

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating undergraduate student, who received the highest combined aggregit mark in both subjects BMS315 and BMS338.

Eligibility

The graduating student must be a enrolled in a Bachelors program that has a microbiology component at final year level and has completed the following subjects BMS315 and BMS338.

Value

The prize is a payment to the value of $300.00 and an inscribed certificate by the University.

Certificate text

for the final year undergraduate student enrolled in a Bachelors program that has a microbiology component who received the highest combined aggregate mark in both subjects BMS315 Medical Microbiology and BMS338 Clinical Bacteriology.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0217


Faculty of Science

Faculty of Science Outstanding Thesis Award

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Criteria

The thesis be in the top 10% of those examined or that the candidate(s) must have demonstrated a highly developed understanding of the research topic and carried out the project(s) with exceptional academic vigour.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Faculty Postgraduate Research courses: Doctor of Health Science Doctor of Philosophy (Health Studies) Doctor of Philosophy (Science and Agriculture) Doctor of Sustainable Agriculture Master of Applied Science (Honours) Master of Health Science (Honours) Master of Philosophy

Value

The prize will be a payment to the value of $200 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

The graduating student who has an outstanding record in scholarship and research enrolled in Faculty Postgraduate Research courses.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0335


Faculty of Science

Grifols Australia Prize for Excellence in Immunohaematology

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Criteria

The Prize will be awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark overall for the subject BMS324 Immunohaematology and Blood Transfusion

Eligibility

Enrolment in the subject BMS324 Immunohaematology and Blood Transfusion

Value

The prize will be a payment to the value of $250 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

for the student who achieves the highest mark overall for the blood banking component of the subject BMS324 Immunohaematology and Blood Transfusion.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0219


Faculty of Science

Palgrave MacMillan Immunology Prize

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the most outstanding Immunology student based on his/her performance in the subject BMS308 Immunology as determined by the highest overall mark acheived in the subject.

Eligibility

The student must be enrolled in the Bachelor of Biotechnology (Medical)/ Bachelor of Forensic Biotechnology course.

Value

The prize will be in the form of 2 science books (not textbooks) published by Palgrave Macmillan and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

Awarded to the most outstanding Immunology student in BMS308-Immunology.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0226


Faculty of Science

Phamaceutical Society of Australia Award for General Proficiency in 4th Year Bachelor of Pharmacy

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Criteria

The student with the most outstanding academic record in 4th year.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the fourth year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy Course.

Value

A gift voucher to the value of $1000 redeemable for the Society's goods and services and a inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

For the student with the most outstanding academic record enrolled in the fourth year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy course

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0234


Faculty of Science

Pharmaceutical Defence Limited Prize 1

-- on 1/7/2019

Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the first year student who has demonstrated excellence in a combination of professional involvement in pharmacy and academic performance in the Bachelor of Pharmacy Course. For purpose of calculation of student academic stage, number of credit points completed defines "first year students", as having completed 64 credit points with passing grades.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Pharmacy Course.

Value

The prizes will be a payment to the value of $500 and a University Certificate.

Certificate text

for the first year student who has demonstrated excellence in the combination of professional involvement in pharmacy and academic performance in the Bachelor of Pharmacy course

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0227


Faculty of Science

Pharmaceutical Defence Limited Prize 2

-- on 1/7/2019

Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the second year student who has demonstrated excellence in a combination of professional involvement in pharmacy and academic performance in the Bachelor of Pharmacy Course. For purpose of calculation of student academic stage, number of credit points completed defines "second year students", as having completed between 65 and 128 credit points with passing grades.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Pharmacy Course.

Value

The prize will be to the value of $500 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the second year student who has demonstrated excellence in the combination of professional involvement in pharmacy and academic performance in the Bachelor of Pharmacy course

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0228


Faculty of Science

Pharmaceutical Defence Limited Prize 3

-- on 1/7/2019

Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the third year student who has demonstrated excellence in a combination of professional involvement in pharmacy and academic performance in the Bachelor of Pharmacy Course. For purpose of calculation of student academic stage, number of credit points completed defines "third year students", as having completed between 129 and 192 credit points with passing grades.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Pharmacy Course.

Value

The prize will be to the value of $500 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the third year student who has demonstrated excellence in the combination of professional involvement in pharmacy and academic performance in the Bachelor of Pharmacy course

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0229


Faculty of Science

Pharmaceutical Defence Limited Prize 4

-- on 1/7/2019

Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student who has demonstrated excellence in a combination of professional involvement in pharmacy and academic performance in the Bachelor of Pharmacy Course. For purpose of calculation of student academic stage "graduating students", are defined as students who have completed 256 credit points with passing grades, and having met all requirements for admission to the degree.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Pharmacy Course.

Value

The prize will be to the value of $500 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who has demonstrated excellence in the combination of professional involvement in pharmacy and academic performance in the Bachelor of Pharmacy course

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0230


Faculty of Science

Pharmaceutical Society of Australia Award for General Proficiency in the 3rd Year of Bachelor of Pharmacy

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Criteria

The student with the most outstanding academic record in 3rd year.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the third year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy Course.

Value

A gift voucher to the value of $500 redeemable for the Society's goods and services and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student with the most outstanding academic record enrolled in the third year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy course

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0233


Faculty of Science

Pharmaceutical Society of Australia Award for General Proficiency in the First Year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy

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Criteria

The student with the most outstanding academic record.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the first year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy Course.

Value

A certificate of acknowledgement from the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

For the student with the most outstanding academic record enrolled in the first year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy course

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0231


Faculty of Science

Pharmaceutical Society of Australia Award for General Proficiency in the Second Year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy

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Criteria

The student with the most outstanding academic record in 2nd year.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the second year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy Course.

Value

A gift Voucher to the value of $250.00 redeemable for the Society's goods and services and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student with the most outstanding academic record enrolled in the second year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy course

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0232


Faculty of Science

Rotary Club of Dubbo Macquarie Prize 1 for Bioscience Studies in Nursing

Ratified by Faculty Board

Criteria

The Prize will be awarded to the best performing student enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing and be measured across both subjects.

Eligibility

-Enrolment and completion of the subjects BMS191 and BMS192 - Human Bioscience 1 & 2 -Student of Dubbo Campus.

Value

The prize will be a monetary prize to the value of $250

Certificate text

for the best performing student in BMS191 and BMS192 (measured across both subject) enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0237


Faculty of Science

Rotary Club of Dubbo Macquarie Prize 2 for Bioscience Studies in Nursing

Ratified by Faculty Board

Criteria

The Prize will be awarded to the best performing student enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing measured across both subjects.

Eligibility

-Enrolment and completion of the subjects BMS291 and BMS292 - Pathophysiology and Pharmacology 1 & 2 -Student of Dubbo Campus.

Value

The prize will be a monetary prize to the value of $250.

Certificate text

for the best performing student in BMS291 and BMS292 (measured across both subject) enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0238


Faculty of Science

Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia (SHPA) NSW Branch Elizabeth Perks Prize for Excellence in Therapeutics

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Criteria

The graduating student with the highest marks in PHM430 Pharmacotherapeutics

Eligibility

The graduating student with the highest marks in PHM430 Pharmacotherapeutics. Enrolment in Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours) Integrated Honours

Value

The prize will be to the value of $500 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

The graduating student with the highest marks in PHM430 Pharmacotherapeutics

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0359


Faculty of Science

The Australian Journal of Pharmacy Prize

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student enrolled in the Bachelor of Pharmacy who obtains the best overall results in PHM407 - Professional Pharmacy Practice

Eligibility

The student must be enrolled in the Bachelor of Pharmacy course.

Value

12 month subscription to 'The Australian Journal of Pharmacy', provided by APPco and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

For the graduating student enrolled in the Bachelor of Pharmacy course who obtains the highest mark in PHM407 - Professional Pharmacy Practice

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0175


Faculty of Science

The Geoff McKenzie Clinical Biochemistry Prize

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the most outstanding student in the subject BMS302 Clinical Biochemistry 2. The student must be enrolled in the Bachelor of Medical Science or Bachelor of Medical Science/Bachelor of Forensic Biotechnology degrees.

Eligibility

The student must be enrolled in the Bachelor of Medical Science or Bachelor of Medical Science/Bachelor of Forensic Biotechnology degrees. Enrolment in BMS302 Clinical Biochemistry 2.

Value

The prize will consist of a payment to the value of $300 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the most outstanding student in the subject BMS302 Clinical Biochemistry 2 enrolled in the Bachelor of Medical Science (with specialisations)

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Biomedical Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0239


Faculty of Science

AJISAI Nursing College-Charles Sturt University Prize

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Criteria

The most outstanding graduating student in the course. For the purpose of this award outstanding will be assessed on the following criterion: The student that has achieved the highest Grade Point Average over three consecutive sessions or has demonstrated exception student leadership

Eligibility

Graduating student enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing Course at the Dubbo Campus.

Value

The Prize will $200.00 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the most outstanding graduating student enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing course at the Dubbo campus

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0292


Faculty of Science

Bloomfield Hospital Graduate Nurses' Trust Fund Award

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Criteria

The student with the best result in the mental health subject NRS222 Essential Nursing Care: Mental Health Nursing undertaken through the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health.

Eligibility

This Student must be enrolled in Course(s): Bachelor of Nursing This Student must be enrolled in Subject(s): NRS222 Essential Nursing Care: Mental Health Nursing

Value

The Prize will be $200 to be used to purchase books and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

For the student with the best result in the mental health subject NRS222 Essential Nursing Care: Mental Health Nursing, undertaken through the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0293


Faculty of Science

Callitris 2nd Year Nursing Prize

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Criteria

Awarded to the student with the highest Grade Point Average (GPA) in 2nd year of the Bachelor of Nursing at Dubbo Campus

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Nursing at the Dubbo Campus; Commenced 2nd Year of the degree in Session 1 of the same academic calendar year; Full-time student in both Session 1 and Session 2 of the same academic calendar year; Enrolled in at least 1 subject by Internal mode at the Dubbo Campus in both Session 1 and Session 2 of the same academic calendar year; and Successfully completed all 2nd Year subjects of the degree in the same academic calendar year with at least 6 of these 2nd Year subjects completed at CSU.

Value

The prize will be an amount of $1000.00 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

Awarded to the student with the highest Grade Point Average (GPA) in 2nd year of the Bachelor of Nursing at Dubbo Campus

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0389


Faculty of Science

Dubbo Regional Council 1st Year Prize for Excellence in Nursing Subjects

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Criteria

The most outstanding student in NRS112 and NRS122 Dubbo campus

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Nursing Dubbo campus. Enrolment in NRS112 Essential Nursing Care: Valuing Health Enrolment in NRS122 Essential Nursing Care: Foundation Skills

Value

The Prize will be $250.00 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the most outstanding student in NRS112 and NRS122 enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing Dubbo campus

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0294


Faculty of Science

Dubbo Regional Council 2nd Year Prize for Excellence in Nursing Subjects

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Criteria

The most outstanding student in NRS211 and NRS223 Dubbo campus

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Nursing Dubbo campus. Enrolment in NRS211 Essential Nursing Care: Acute Care Enrolment in NRS223 Essential Nursing Care: Chronic and Complex Nursing

Value

The Prize will be a payment to the value of $250.00 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the most outstanding student in NRS211 and NRS223 enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing Dubbo campus

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0295


Faculty of Science

Lousy Jack 1st Year Nursing Prize

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Criteria

Awarded to the student with the highest Grade Point Average (GPA) in 1st year of the Bachelor of Nursing at Dubbo Campus.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Nursing at the Dubbo Campus; Admitted to the degree in Session 1 of the same academic calendar year; Full-time student in both Session 1 and Session 2 of the same academic calendar year; Enrolled in at least 1 subject by oncampus mode at the Dubbo Campus in both Session 1 and Session 2 of the same academic calendar year; Successfully completed all 1st Year subjects of the degree in the same academic calendar year with at least 6 of these 1st Year subjects completed at CSU.

Value

The prize will be an amount of $500.00 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

Awarded to the student with the highest Grade Point Average (GPA) in 1st year of the Bachelor of Nursing at Dubbo Campus.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0388


Faculty of Science

Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health Prize for Midwifery

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student with the best academic performance in the Graduate Diploma of Midwifery based on highest GPA.

Eligibility

Enrolment in Graduate Diploma of Midwifery.

Value

The prize will be a payment of $100 and a certificate from Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health.

Certificate text

for the graduating student with the best academic performance in the Graduate Diploma of Midwifery.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0528


Faculty of Science

Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health Prize for Nursing

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student with the best academic performance in the Bachelor of Nursing based on highest GPA.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Nursing

Value

The prize will be a payment of $100 and a certificate from Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health.

Certificate text

for the graduating student with the best academic performance in the Bachelor of Nursing.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0529


Faculty of Science

Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health Prize for the Bachelor of Health Science (Mental Health)

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student with the best academic performance in Bachelor of Health Science (Mental Health) based on highest GPA.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Health Science (Mental Health)

Value

The prize will be a payment of $100 and a certificate from Three Rivers University Department of Rural Health.

Certificate text

for the graduating student with the best academic performance in Bachelor of Health Science (Mental Health.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0527


Faculty of Science

Wolters Kluwer Prize for Best Science Student in Nursing

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Criteria

The graduating student with the best results in Science subjects BMS191, BMS192 and BMS291 Bathurst Campus.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Nursing course on the Bathurst Campus (internal or external). Enrolment in BMS191 Human Bioscience 1 Enrolment in BMS192 Human Bioscience 2 Enrolment in BMS291 Pathophysiology and Pharmacology 1

Value

The Prize will be an ebook voucher to the value of $150.00 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student with the best results in Science subjects BMS191, BMS192 and BMS291 enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing course on the Bathurst campus

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0296


Faculty of Science

DA Johnstone Perpetual Award

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Criteria

The prize is awarded annually in recognition of the most outstanding undergraduate in park management. Based on academic performance and broader more practical contribution to the discipline whilst studying the course. Normally, the recipient will graduate with distinction. The Committee reserves the right to include opportunity and contribution to the discipline during student's candidature when it considers outstanding academic performance.

Eligibility

The prize is awarded to the graduate judged to be the most outstanding student who has completed requirements for the Bachelor of Applied Science (Parks, Recreation and Heritage).

Value

The prize will have a value of $300.00 and a University Certificate.

Certificate text

for the most outstanding graduating student in Parks, Recreation and Heritage

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Environmental Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0282


Faculty of Science

Dr Robert Ballantyne Australian Entomological Supplies Prize

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Criteria

This prize is awarded annually to the student with the highest aggregate mark in BIO203 Animal Diversity(at the first attempt) with the minimum of HD. In the event of multiple students acheiving the same mark, the winner will be chosen based on hightest GPA.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the subject BIO203 Animal Diversity

Value

A dissection kit and a certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student with the highest aggregate mark in BIO203 Animal Diversity

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Environmental Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0283


Faculty of Science

Geoscience Australia Jubilee Prize for Excellence in Earth System Processes (GEO164)

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The Prize will be awarded to the distance student who achieves the highest aggregate mark, with a minimum grade of HD, in the subject GEO164 (Earth System Processes). In the event of multiple students achieving the same mark, the winner will be chosen based on the highest GPA.

Eligibility

Enrolment as a distance student in the subject GEO164 (Earth System Processes).

Value

The Prize will be a payment of $300 and a certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

Awarded to the distance student who achieves the highest aggregate mark, with a minimum grade of HD, in the subject GEO164 Earth System Processes

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Environmental Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0285


Faculty of Science

Interpretation Australia Prize for Academic Excellence in 2nd Year Outdoor Recreation and Ecotourism

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Criteria

The prize is awarded annually in recognition of the most outstanding second-year continuing undergraduate student in the area of outdoor recreation and ecotourism. Based on the highest grade point average with a minimum of 5.5.

Eligibility

Students who have completed between 112 and 160 points (with at least four subjects with substantive grades) in the: Bachelor of Applied Science (Adventure Ecotourism) or Bachelor of Applied Science (Outdoor Recreation and Ecotourism)

Value

Two years membership of Interpretation Australia providing discounts to Webinars and their National event. Winner's profile will also feature on the IA website. University Certificate.

Certificate text

for the continuing second-year student with the most outstanding academic performance in the area of outdoor recreation and ecotourism

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Environmental Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0286


Faculty of Science

Norske-Skog Paper Mills Prize for Vegetation Management

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Criteria

The prize is for the graduating undergraduate student who achieved the highest mean result of vegetation management subjects in their course. The successful student will be chosen from graduating undergraduate students each year. The recipient will be the student who achieved the highest mean result of vegetation management subjects in the course (BIO262 Vegetation Ecology, BIO326 Vegetation and Disturbance Management, and BIO328 Restoration Ecology), with a minimum mean result of 80%.

Eligibility

Students who are enrolled in any undergraduate course offered by the School of Environmental Sciences. Enrolment in the subject BIO262 Vegetation Ecology Enrolment in the subject BIO326 Vegetation and Disturbance Management Enrolment in the subject BIO328 Restoration Ecology

Value

The prize will be a payment of $500 and an inscribed University certificate.

Certificate text

for the graduating student with the highest mean result in the vegetation management subjects in their course

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Environmental Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0287


Faculty of Science

Norske-Skog Prize for Academic Excellence in 2nd Year Environmental Management

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Criteria

The prize is awarded annually in recognition of the most outstanding second-year continuing undergraduate student in the area of environmental management. Based on the highest grade point average with a minimum of 5.5.

Eligibility

Students who have completed between 128 and 160 points (with at least four subjects with substantive grades) in either: Bachelor of Applied Science (Parks, Recreation and Heritage) Articulated Set or Bachelor of Environmental Science (with specialisations) or Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management (Honours) Integrated Honours

Value

The prize will be a payment for $500.00 and a certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the continuing second-year student with the most outstanding academic performance in the area of environmental management

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Environmental Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0288


Faculty of Science

North East Catchment Management Authority Award for Academic Excellence in Environmental Management

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduand with the highest Grade Point Average (GPA) with a minimum of 5.5 upon completion of one of the eligible courses.

Eligibility

Graduating with any of the following courses: Bachelor of Environmental Science (with specialisations) Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management (Honours) Integrated Honours

Value

The Prize will be a payment of $400 and a certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student with the most outstanding academic performance in Environmental Science

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Environmental Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0289


Faculty of Science

S.G. "Bill" Lane Award from the Australian Bird Study Association

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Criteria

The prize is awarded annually in recognition of the most outstanding student graduating from the Graduate Diploma of Ornithology Articulated Set. The successful student will be chosen from graduating students in the Graduate Certificate of Ornithology or Graduate Diploma of Ornithology courses. The recipient will be the student who achieved the highest Grade Point Average (GPA) with a minimum of 5.5.

Eligibility

Graduating students who have completed all of the following subjects from the Graduate Diploma of Ornithology Articulated Set: BIO430 Avian Biology BIO431 Avian Systematics and Biogeography BIO432 Behaviour, Ecology and Conservation of Birds BIO433 Ornithological Methods

Value

The prize will be a payment of $150 and Membership to the Australian Bird Study Association (ABSA) for one year, which includes a subscription to the journal Corella. The winner is also presented with a University Certificate.

Certificate text

for the graduating student with the most outstanding academic performance in Ornithology

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Environmental Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0291


Faculty of Science

ADA (NSW Branch) Ltd Prize for the Highest Academic & Clinical Achievement (Year 5)

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Criteria

For the graduating Bachelor of Dental Science student carrying a full academic load and who has the highest aggregate mark in: * DOH483 Dental Clinical Practice 5 The prize winner must be a graduating student who has not repeated or failed a year or subject within the Bachelor of Dental Science course, nor enrolled with a reduced subject load.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Dental Science Enrolment in: DOH483 Dental Clinical Practice 5

Value

The prize will have a monetary value of $500.00 and an appropriate memento as determined by the ADA NSW Branch.

Certificate text

For the graduating Bachelor of Dental Science student carrying a full academic load and who has the highest aggregate mark in: * DOH483 Dental Clinical Practice 5

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0405


Faculty of Science

Ansto Prize 2

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Criteria

The Prize will be awarded to a student enrolled in the Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine) course is entering their third year of study and who has shown professional leadership potential. Attributes are to include:-Academic record -Communication skills -Demonstrated leadership skills -Contribution to team work

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine) course.

Value

The prize will be $300 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University. The prize money is to be used specifically to support accommodation and travelling expenses for clinical placements in the third year of the course.

Certificate text

For the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Medical Science (Nuclear Medicine) course who is entering their third year of study and who has shown professional leadership potential.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0266


Faculty of Science

Area News and Murrumbidgee Irrigator Scholarship

Approved by Dean on 27/3/2013

Criteria

The Prize will be awarded to the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine) course with the highest marks in MRS222 Nuclear Medicine Science 1, MRS323 Nuclear Medicine Science 2, MRS322 Nuclear Medicine Science 3, PHM412 Radiopharmacy

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine) course.

Value

Scholarship to the value of $1000

Certificate text

Awarded to the most outstanding student in the Nuclear Medicine and Radiopharmacy subjects in the Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0399


Faculty of Science

Australasian Sonographers Association Prize

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student who achieves the best overall academic performance being determined by the student with the highest GPA. Where two or more students achieve the same GPA, the winner of the prize will be awarded to the student who has the highest aggregate course mark.

Eligibility

A student enrolled in the Graduate Diploma of Medical Ultrasound or the Masters of Medical Ultrasound courses. Enrolment in: MRS542 Small Parts and Paediatric Ultrasound MRS543 Abdominal and Pelvic Ultrasound MRS544 Clinical Sectional Anatomy MRS545 Musculo-skeletal Ultrasound MRS546 Obstetric Ultrasound MRS547 Vascular Ultrasound MRS549 Professional Practice PHY541 Ultrasound Physics & Instrumentation

Value

-Paid membership (including type A professional indemnity insurance) of the Australasian Sonographers' Association (ASA) for the next financial year. -Paid full registration to a forthcoming ASA Annual National Conference for those recipients who agree to submit an article to the ASA on the benefits of conference attendance -A framed certificate from the ASA and recognition on the ASA website www.a-s-a.com.au

Certificate text

This prize is awarded to the graduating student who achieves the best overall academic performance who is enrolled in the Graduate Diploma of Medical Ultrasound or the Master of Medical Ultrasound

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0269


Faculty of Science

Australian Dental & Oral Health Therapists Assoc ACT Award for Outstanding Performance in the Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene)

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Criteria

The recipient will have achieved the highest mark for all assessment items completed in DOH300 Oral Health Sciences 3

Eligibility

The prize recipient must be a final year student graduating with a Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene) Enrolment in DOH300 Oral Health Sciences 3

Value

The prize will be $500.00 and a framed certificate.

Certificate text

Achieved the highest mark for all assessment items in the final year Oral Sciences subject.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0467


Faculty of Science

Australian Dental and Oral Health Therapists Association NSW Award for Outstanding Professionalism

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Criteria

Awarded to the student who has demonstrated outstanding skills and commitment to professionalism, developed since enrolment in the Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene)

Eligibility

Enrolment in the final year of the Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene) Enrolment in the subject DOH310 Clinical Practice and Theory 3

Value

The prize is $250 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

Awarded to the student who has demonstrated outstanding skills and commitment to professionalism, developed since enrolment in the Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene)

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0346


Faculty of Science

GC Australasia Dental Pty Ltd prize for best use of restorative materials.

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Criteria

Awarded to the student who has demonstrated skills of excellence in best use of restorative materials in the Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene)

Eligibility

Enrolment in the final year of the Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene) Enrolment in the subject DOH310 Clinical Practice and Theory 3

Value

The Prize will be a basket of products to the value of $150.00 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

Awarded to the student who has demonstrated skills of excellence in best use of restorative materials in the Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene)

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0338


Faculty of Science

Henry Schein Halas Prize in Clinical Dentistry (Year 3)

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the continuing 3rd year student who has the highest aggregate mark in DOH335 Foundations of Dental Clinical Practice. The student must not have repeated or failed a year or subject within the Bachelor of Dental Science, nor enrolled with a reduced subject load.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Dental Science Enrolment in the subject DOH335 Foundations of Dental Clinical Practice.

Value

The prize will be a Quintessence Book from Henry Schein Halas and a certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

For the continuing 3rd year student who has the highest aggregate mark in DOH335 Foundations of Dental Clinical Practice.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0409


Faculty of Science

Henry Schein Halas Prize in Clinical Dentistry (Year 5)

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student who has the highest aggregate mark in: * DOH483 Dental Clinical Practice 5 The student must not have repeated or failed a year or subject within the Bachelor of Dental Science, nor enrolled with a reduced subject load.

Eligibility

Enrolment in Bachelor of Dental Science DOH483 Dental Clinical Practice 5

Value

Quintessence Book and a certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

For the graduating Bachelor of Dental Science student who has the highest aggregate mark in: * DOH483 Dental Clinical Practice 5

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0411


Faculty of Science

Henry Schein Halas Prize in Dental Clinical Practices in Year 4

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the continuing 4th year student who has the highest aggregate mark in: * DOH403 Dental Clinical Practice 4 The student must not have repeated or failed a year or subject within the Bachelor of Dental Science, nor enrolled with a reduced subject load.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Dental Science Enrolment in DOH403 Dental Clinical Practice 4

Value

The prize will be a Quintessence Book and a certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

For the continuing 4th year student who has the highest aggregate mark in * DOH403 Dental Clinical Practice 4

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0410


Faculty of Science

Jill Salter Memorial Prize - ZONTA Club of Orange (Year 2)

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to a Year 2 Rural, Female student who has the highest grade point average (GPA) for all second year subjects in the Bachelor of Dental Science. The prize winner must be a continuing student who is not repeating any of the second year subject nor enrolled with a reduced subject load.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Dental Science

Value

The Prize will be a payment to the value of $1500 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

Excellence in academic students and clinical practice by a second year rural female student.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0317


Faculty of Science

Oral B Prize for excellence in oral prevention

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Criteria

Awarded to the graduating student who has demonstrated skills of excellence in clinical prevention in the Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene)

Eligibility

Enrolment in the final year of the Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene) Enrolment in DOH310 Clinical Practice and Theory 3

Value

The Prize will be a payment to the value of $500 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

Awarded to the graduating student who has demonstrated skills of excellence in clinical prevention in the Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene)

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0357


Faculty of Science

Oral Medicine Academy of Australasia Dental Graduate Award of Excellence

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Criteria

This award is for demonstrated excellence in field of Oral Medicine and is awarded to the highest achieving final year dental student for demonstrated excellence in the field of Oral Medicine throughout their Dental Degree. The prize winner must be a graduating student who has not repeated any of the listed subjects. For the graduating dental student who has the highest aggregate mark in the Bachelor of Dental Science subjects DOH233 Pathological Basis of Human Disease DOH345 Oral-Maxillofacial Pathology DOH412 Medicine and Surgery for Dental Practice DOH491 Gerontology, Special Needs Dentistry, and Public Health (written assignment question/s on oral medicine) DOH493 Advanced Clinical Options (Written assignment question/s on oral medicine) DOH483 Dental Clinical Practice 5 (Written exam question/s on oral medicine) In the event that two or more eligible students have the same final score, the student achieving the highest mark in the Oral Medicine component of DOH491 and DOH493 subject will be the prize recipient

Eligibility

The student must be enrolled in the Bachelor of Dental Science course. The student must be enrolled in the following subjects: DOH233 Pathological Basis of Human Disease DOH345 Oral-Maxillofacial Pathology DOH412 Medicine and Surgery for Dental Practice DOH491 Gerontology, Special Needs Dentistry, and Public Health DOH493 Advanced Clinical Options DOH483 Dental Clinical Practice 5

Value

The award offers the recipient one complimentary registration to attend the annual scientific meeting of the Oral Medicine Academy of Australasia and is valid for two years. These meetings are closed meetings restricted only to Members of the Academy.

Certificate text

for the graduating dental student who has demonstrated excellence in the field of Oral Medicine throughout their Dental Degree

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0508


Faculty of Science

School of Dentistry and Health Sciences best overall performance in Biodental Sciences (Year 2)

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the continuing student within the Bachelor of Dental Science, who has the best overall performance in DOH114, DOH233 & DOH253 The student must not have repeated or failed a year or subject within the Bachelor of Dental Science, nor be enrolled with a reduced subject load.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Dental Science Enrolment in: *DOH114 Oral Anatomy & Histology *DOH233 Pathological Basis of Human Disease *DOH253 Head and Neck Anatomy

Value

The prize will be a payment of $500.00 and a certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

For a continuing student who has the highest aggregate mark in: *DOH114 Oral Anatomy & Histology *DOH233 Pathological Basis of Human Disease *DOH253 Head and Neck Anatomy

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0408


Faculty of Science

The ANSTO 2nd year Academic Prize

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Criteria

The Prizes will be awarded to the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine) course who has the best academic performance in MRS222 Nuclear Medicine 1.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine) course.

Value

The prize will be $300 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University. The prize money is to be used specifically to support accommodation and travelling expenses for clinical placements in the second year of the course.

Certificate text

For the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Nuclear Medicine) course who has the best academic performance in MRS222 Nuclear Medicine 1.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0265


Faculty of Science

The Australian Society of Endodontology (NSW) Prize for the best overall performance in Endodontics (Written & Practical)

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Criteria

For the graduating Bachelor of Dental Science student carrying a full academic load and who has the best overall Endodontic Clinical Performance. DOH483 Dental Clinical Practice 5 The prize winner must be a graduating student who has not repeated or failed a year or subject within the Bachelor of Dental Science course, nor enrolled with a reduced subject load.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Dental Science. This Student must be enrolled in Subjects: DOH483 Dental Clinical Practice 5

Value

The prize will be $500.00 a plaque and a certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

For the graduating Bachelor of Dental Science student carrying a full academic load and who has the best overall Endodontic Clinical Performance. * DOH483 Dental Clinical Practice 5

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0449


Faculty of Science

The Colgate Oral Health Promotion Prize

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Criteria

Awarded to the student with the highest aggregate mark in the Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene) Community Health subjects over 3 years.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the final year of the Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene) Enrolment in the subject DOH313 Community Oral Health and successful completion of DOH113, DOH203, DOH222, DOH321 and DOH313

Value

The prize will be a payment of $500.00 and a certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

Awarded to the student with the highest aggregate mark in the Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene) Community Health subjects over 3 years.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0337


Faculty of Science

The Colgate Prize for the best overall performance in Year 5

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student who has the highest overall aggregate mark in: *DOH483 Dental Clinical Practice 5 *DOH491 Gerodontics, Special Needs Dentistry, Dental Public Health *DOH493 Advanced Clinical Options The student must not have repeated or failed a year or subject within the Bachelor of Dental Science, nor enrolled with a reduced subject load.

Eligibility

Enrolment in Bachelor of Dental Science *DOH483 Dental Clinical Practice 5 *DOH491 Gerodontics, Special Needs Dentistry, Dental Public Health *DOH493 Advanced Clinical Options The student must not have repeated or failed a year or subject within the Bachelor of Dental Science, nor enrolled with a reduced subject load.

Value

The prize will be a payment of $1000.00 and a certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

For the graduating Bachelor of Dental Science student who has the highest overall aggregate mark in: *DOH483 Dental Clinical Practice 5 *DOH491 Gerodontics, special needs Dentistry, Dental Public Health *DOH493 Advanced Clinical Options

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0418


Faculty of Science

The Colgate Prize in Academic Excellence (Year 3)

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the continuing 3rd year student who has the highest overall aggregate mark in: *DOH335 Foundations of Dental Clinical Practice 3 *DOH334 Prosthodontics 1 *DOH343 Endodontics *DOH344 Foundations of Oral Surgery This student must not have repeated or failed a year or subject within the Bachelor of Dental Science, nor be enrolled with a reduced subject load.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Dental Science Enrolment in the following subjects: *DOH335 Foundations of Dental Clinical Practice 3 *DOH334 Prosthodontics 1 *DOH343 Endodontics *DOH344 Foundations of Oral Surgery

Value

The prize will be a payment of $250.00 and a certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

For the continuing 3rd year student who has the highest aggregate overall mark in: *DOH335 Foundations of Dental Clinical Practice 3 *DOH334 Prosthodontics 1 *DOH343 Endodontics *DOH344 Foundations of Oral Surgery

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0416


Faculty of Science

The Colgate Prize in Academic Excellence (Year 4)

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the continuing 4th year student who has the highest overall aggregate mark in DOH403 Dental Clinical Practice 4 The student must not have repeated or failed a year or subject within the Bachelor of Dental Science, nor be enrolled with a reduced subject load.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Dental Science Enrolment in DOH403 Dental Clinical Practice 4

Value

The prize will be a payment of $350 and a certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

For the continuing 4th year student who has the highest overall aggregate mark in DOH403 Dental Clinical Practice 4

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0417


Faculty of Science

The Dental Hygienists Association of Australia Award for Outstanding Commitment

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Criteria

Awarded to the student who has demonstrated outstanding skills and commitment to dental hygiene, and achieving excellent grades in the Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene)

Eligibility

Enrolment in the final year of the Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene) Enrolment in the subject DOH310 Clinical Practice and Theory 3

Value

The prize is $250 plus one year free membership with the DHAA and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

Awarded to the student who has demonstrated outstanding skills and commitment to dental hygiene, and achieving excellent grades in the Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene)

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0345


Faculty of Science

The Dr John Kinross Prize for Proficiency in Dental Ethics & Professional Responsibility (Year 5)

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the graduating student who has exhibited outstanding levels of ethics and professionalism throughout the five years within the subject as listed. The prize winner must be a graduating student who has not repeated or failed a year or subject within the Bachelor of Dental Science, nor enrolled with a reduced subject load.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Dental Science Enrolment in the following subjects: DOH121 Foundations of Dental Practice 1A DOH122 Foundations of Dental Practice 1B DOH252 Dental Clinical Practice 2B DOH331 Dental Clinical Practice 3A DOH332 Dental Clinical Practice 3B DOH341 Topics in Clinical Dentistry 1 DOH342 Topics in Clinical Dentistry 2 DOH401 Dental Clinical Practice 4A DOH402 Dental Clinical Practice 4B DOH411 Advanced Topics in Clinical Dentistry 1 DOH413 Advanced Topics in Clinical Dentistry 2 DOH481 Dental Clinical Practice 5A DOH482 Dental Clinical Practice 5B DOH491 Gerodontics, Special Needs Dentistry, Dental Public Health DOH493 Advanced Clinical Options

Value

A monetary value of $500.00 plus an appropriate memento as deemed by the Australian Dental Association (ADA) NSW Branch

Certificate text

For the graduating student enrolled in the Bachelor of Dental Science, who is deemed to have exhibited outstanding levels of ethics and professionalism throughout the five years.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0407


Faculty of Science

The Golden Scaler Award

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Criteria

Awarded to the student who has demonstrated exceptional skills in dental hygiene in the Bachelor of Oral Health

Eligibility

Enrolment in the final year of the Bachelor of Oral Health Enrolment in DOH310 Clinical Practice and Theory 3

Value

The prize is the Golden Scaler Award i.e. a Golden Scaler contained in perspex with year date plaque. Student's name will feature on the Hu-Friedy website (with student consent) and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

Awarded to the student who has demonstrated exceptional skills in dental hygiene in the Bachelor of Oral Health

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0341


Faculty of Science

The Kathy and Jim Ironside Award for Overall Competency in Fixed Prosthodontics

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Criteria

For the graduating Bachelor of Dental Science Student who has the highest overall competency in simulation and examination with regards to fixed prosthodontics, and their achievement in clinical practice. The prize winner must be a graduating student who has not repeated or failed a year or subject within the Bachelor of Dental Science, nor enrolled with a reduced subject load.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Dental Science Enrolment in the following subjects: DOH334 Prosthodontics 1 DOH416 Prosthodontics 2 DOH483 Dental Clinical Practice 5

Value

The prize will be $1000.00 and a certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

For the graduating Bachelor of Dental Science student who has the highest overall competency in simulation and examination with regards to fixed prosthodontics, and their achievement in clinical practice.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0413


Faculty of Science

The Nissin (Japan) -Stephen Jennings & Associates Award for Academic Excellence in Pre-Clinical Restorative Dentistry (Year 2)

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the continuing Year 2 student who has the highest aggregate mark in the practical components of DOH243. The student must not have repeated or failed a year or subject within the Bachelor of Dental Science, nor be enrolled with a reduced subject load.

Eligibility

Enrolment in Bachelor of Dental Science The student must be enrolled in subject: * DOH243 Foundations of Restorative Dentistry

Value

Pewter Plaque donated by Nissin Dental and a cash prize of $500 AUD donated by Stephen Jennings along with a certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

For the continuing Year 2 student who has the highest aggregate mark in the practical components of DOH243 Foundations of Restorative Dentistry

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0419


Faculty of Science

The Orthodontics Wagga Wagga Dr Neil Pinto 1st Year Prize

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Criteria

Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene) student who has the highest grade point average in 1st year

Eligibility

Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene) student who completed all 1st year subjects. DOH100 Clinical Practice and Theory 1 DOH110 Oral Health Sciences 1 DOH113 Community Oral Health 1 BMS191 Human Bioscience 1 BMS192 Human Bioscience 2 PSY111 Psych Health & Human Services

Value

The prize will be a payment to the value of $500 and a certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

for the Outstanding 1st Year Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene) student

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0379


Faculty of Science

The Orthodontics Wagga Wagga Dr Neil Pinto 2nd Year Prize

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Criteria

Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene) student who has the highest grade point average in 2nd year.

Eligibility

Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene) student who has the highest grade point average in 2nd year. DOH200 Clinical Practice and Theory 2 DOH210 Oral Health Sciences 2 DOH203 Community Oral Health 2 DOH222 Nutrition & OH Care Delivery BMS291 Patho & Pharm 1 BMS292 Patho & Pharm 2

Value

The prize will be a payment to the value of $500 and a certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

for the outstanding 2nd Year Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene) student

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0380


Faculty of Science

The Orthodontics Wagga Wagga Dr Neil Pinto 3rd Year Prize

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Criteria

Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene) student who has the highest grade point average in 3rd year.

Eligibility

Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene) student who completed all 3rd year subjects DOH310 Clinical Practice and Theory 3 DOH300 Oral Health Sciences 3 DOH321 Public Oral Health Research / Community Service DOH313 Community Oral Health 3

Value

The prize will be a payment to the value of $500 and a certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the most outstanding 3rd Year Bachelor of Oral Health (Therapy and Hygiene) student

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0381


Faculty of Science

The Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons Prize

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Criteria

Awarded to the Graduating student with the highest GPA. The student must not have repeated or failed a year or subject within the Bachelor of Dental Science.

Eligibility

The student must be enrolled in Bachelor of Dental Science. The student must not have repeated or failed a year or subject within the Bachelor of Dental Science

Value

The prize will be $750.00 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

Awarded to the graduating student with the highest GPA.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0473


Faculty of Science

VDW Guttafusion Starter Kit Endodontics - Pre Clinical (Year 3) student

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Criteria

For the continuing 3rd year student who has the highest aggregate mark in Pre Clinical Practical Endodontic work: * DOH343 Endodontics The prize winner must be a student who has not repeated or failed a year or subject within the Bachelor of Dental Science course, nor enrolled with a reduced subject load.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Dental Science Enrolment in DOH343 Endodontics

Value

A voucher, money, or Endodontic device as confirmed from Gunz Dental and a certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

For the continuing 3rd year student who has the highest aggregate mark in Pre Clinical Practical Endodontic work - DOH343 Endodontics

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0414


Faculty of Science

VDW Guttafusion: Starter Kit Endodontics (Year 5) student

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Criteria

For the graduating Bachelor of Dental Science student carrying a full academic load and who has the best overall Endodontic in Clinical Performance. * DOH483 Dental Clinical Practice 5 The prize winner must be a graduating student who has not repeated or failed a year or subject within the Bachelor of Dental Science course, nor enrolled with a reduced subject load.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Dental Science DOH483 Dental Clinical Practice 5

Value

A voucher, money, or Endodontic device as confirmed from Gunz Dental.

Certificate text

For the graduating Bachelor of Dental Science student carrying a full academic load and who has the best overall Clinical Performance in Endodontics. * DOH483 Dental Clinical Practice 5

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Dentistry and Health Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0415


Faculty of Science

ALOSCA Prize

Approved by Dean

Criteria

For the student who has performed outstandingly and achieved the top grade in the second year subject: PSC236 Pasture Production and Utilisation

Eligibility

The student must have been enrolled in the subject PSC236 Pasture Production and Utilisation The student must be enrolled in the course: Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management at the Muresk Campus of Central Regional TAFE.

Value

The prize will be to the value of $500 cash

Certificate text

To the student who has performed outstandingly in the second year Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management subject PSC236 Pasture Production and Utilisation

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0459


Faculty of Science

Ag Institute Australia Prize

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Criteria

The student who performs outstandingly in the subject PSC271 taking into account their academic performance, practical skills and any contribution that they might make to the conduct of the subject. The successful student must be willing to promote to fellow students the advantages of free student membership of Ag Institute Australia.

Eligibility

The student must fit the following eligibility criteria: The Student must be enrolled in the course(s): Bachelor of Agricultural Science Bachelor of Agricultural Science (Honours) Integrated Honours Bachelor of Agriculture

Value

The Prize will have a value of $300.00 and will be in the form of an agricultural systems book (plus cash difference to a total of $300), plus student membership of AIA and an inscribed University Certificate. The prize will be funded each year by three AIA members and agriculturalists at Wagga.

Certificate text

Ag Institute Australia Prize

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0069


Faculty of Science

Agricultural Science Medal

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Criteria

Outstanding Academic Achievement, leadership and participation in professional activities which demonstarte commitment to agricultural science whilst studying at Charles Sturt University.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Agriculture or the Bachelor of Agricultural Science (Honours) Integrated Honours

Value

A medal and name on the Honour Board plus a certificate issued by the university

Certificate text

Agricultural Science Medal - Outstanding Graduating Student in Bachelor of Agriculture or Bachelor of Agricultural Science

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0320


Faculty of Science

Aust Institute of Ag Sci & Tech ACT and Southern NSW Branch Student Prize

Ratified by Faculty Board

Criteria

Student who performs outstandingly in the subject especially with respect to appreciation of and contribution to their systems project.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the subject AHT401 Agroecosystems and Human Values.

Value

The Prize will be book(s), plus student membership of AIAST to the value of $200 and a University certificate.

Certificate text

for the student who performs outstandingly in the subject AHT401 Agroecosystems and Human Values, especially with respect to appreciation of and contribution to their systems project

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0187


Faculty of Science

Australian National Field Days Prize

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Criteria

Students from NSW who display leadership qualities within the context of the Agricultural Industry. Qualities may be of academic nature but will also need to integrate other aspects of leadership such as (but not limited to): the capacity to lead peers, the capacity to visualise and implement solutions to problems using a team approach, and/or the capacity to contribute positively to team work

Eligibility

Students enrolled in either the Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management or the Bachelor of Ecological Agricultural Systems or the Bachelor of Horticulture

Value

The Prize will be cash to the value of $300 and a certificate issued by the Australian National Field Days in October at the Field Days. A University Certificate will be issued at the University Prizes Ceremony.

Certificate text

The Australian National Field Days prize recognises a student from NSW who has outstanding qualities for future leadership achievement in Agriculture

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0425


Faculty of Science

Australian Society of Soil Science Incorporated (Riverina Branch) Student Prize

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Criteria

Highest aggregate mark in the subject PSC415 Soil Management

Eligibility

Enrolment in the subject PSC415 Soil Management.

Value

The prize will be a monetary prize to the value of $250.00 and an inscribed University Certificate

Certificate text

for the student with the highest aggregate mark in the subject PSC415 Soil Management

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0191


Faculty of Science

Bright Future Award

Approved by Dean

Criteria

For the student who has shown the greatest improvement in his/her academic performance across the entire degree course, taking into consideration all subjects studied in the course and the quality of his/her work as measured by improvement in marks and effort clearly made.

Eligibility

The student must be a graduating student of the Bachelor of Agribusiness Management at Muresk campus - Central Regional TAFE.

Value

The prize will be to the value of $1,000. An inscribed University Certificate.

Certificate text

For showing significant improvement in academic performance across the entire degree considering persistence, effort and quality of work.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0480


Faculty of Science

CBH Group Prize in Agricultural Finance & Business Management

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Criteria

For the student who has performed outstandingly and achieved the top grade in the second year Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management subject: AHT231 Agricultural Finance and Business Management

Eligibility

The student must have been enrolled in the subject: AHT231 Agricultural Finance and Business Management

Value

The prize with be to the value of $1,000 cash An inscribed University Certificate

Certificate text

To the student who has performed outstandingly in the second year Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management subject AHT231 Agricultural Finance and Business Management

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0464


Faculty of Science

CBH Group Prize in Agricultural Marketing

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Criteria

For the student who has performed outstandingly and achieved the top grade in the second year Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management subject: AGB310 Agricultural Marketing

Eligibility

The student must have been enrolled in the subject: AGB310 Agricultural Marketing The student must be enrolled in the course: Bachelor of Agricutlural Business Management at the Muresk Campus of Central Regional TAFE

Value

The prize will be to the value of $1,000 cash An inscribed University Certificate

Certificate text

To the student who has performed outstandingly in the second year Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management subject AGB310 Agricultural Marketing

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0461


Faculty of Science

CBH Group Prize in Commodity Pricing Management

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Criteria

For the student who has performed outstandingly and achieved the top grade in the second year Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management subject titled AGB351 Commodity Trade and Pricing

Eligibility

The student must have been enrolled in the subject: AGB351 Commodity Trade and Pricing The student must be enrolled in the course: Bachelor of Agricutlural Business Management at the Muresk Campus of the Central Regional TAFE

Value

The prize with be to the value of $1,000 cash An inscribed University Certificate

Certificate text

To the student who has performed outstandingly in the second year Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management subject AGB351 Commodity Trade and Pricing

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0465


Faculty of Science

CSBP Soils Science Prize

Approved by Dean

Criteria

The student will have performed outstandingly and achieved the top grade in the first year enrolment of PSC104

Eligibility

The student must be a first year enrolled in PSC104 and admitted to the Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management at the Muresk Campus of Central Regional TAFE.

Value

$1000 cash An inscribed University Certificate

Certificate text

To the student who has performed outstandingly in the first year Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management subject, PSC104 Soil Science

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0460


Faculty of Science

Calabria Family Wines: Graduating Prize

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Criteria

The most outstanding graduating student from either the: Bachelor of Wine Science or Bachelor of Viticulture who achieves the highest combined grades in the following subjects: Bachelor of Viticulture: VIT406 Vine Physiology and Performance PSC371 Plant Pathology VIT405 Integrated Vineyard Management Bachelor of Wine Science: WSC301 Wine Production 2 WSC312 Wine Science 2 or WSC407 Wine Science ENG302 Winery Engineering

Eligibility

Enrolment in a current Wine/Viticulture discipline course.

Value

The Prize will have a value of $780.00 and will be in the form of one dozen Calabria Family Wines premium 3 Bridges Wines RRP $300, a monetary value paid to the student of $480, an inscription on the perpetual shield, and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

The most outstanding graduating student from the: Bachelor of Wine Science or Bachelor of Viticulture

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0084


Faculty of Science

Commonwealth Bank - Agribusiness Prize

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Criteria

The most outstanding student in the first year AGB110 Agricultural Economics

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Agricultural Science or the Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management.

Value

The Prize will be to the value of $100.00 for the purchase of suitable books and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the most outstanding student in the first year AGB110 Agricultural Economics

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0075


Faculty of Science

Corteva Agriscience Student Prize

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Criteria

For the student who performs outstandingly in the subject PSC271 taking into consideration their academic performance, practical skills and any contribution that they have made to the conduct of the subject. The successful student must have also demonstrated an interest in crop agronomy.

Eligibility

The student must fit the following eligibility criteria: The Student must be enrolled in the course(s): Bachelor of Agricultural Science Bachelor of Agricultural Science (Honours) Integrated Honours Bachelor of Agriculture

Value

The prize will be to the value of $1000 cash An inscribed University Certificate. The prize winner will also be invited to participate at the Pioneer Hi-Bred operations in Wagga Wagga to gain experience in canola breeding.

Certificate text

To the student who has performed outstandingly in the subject PSC271 Crop Agronomy, taking into consideration their academic performance, practical skills, contributions made to the conduct of the subject and a demonstrated interest in crop agronomy.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0426


Faculty of Science

Domaine Chandon Prize in Sparkling Wine Production

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Criteria

The student who achieves the highest mark in the sparkling wine component of Wine Production 2 (WSC301) in the course.

Eligibility

Enrolment in a current Wine/Viticulture discipline course. Enrolment in WSC301 Wine Production 2

Value

The Prize will be in the form of one case of Chandon Vintage sparkling, and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student who achieves the highest mark in the sparkling wine component of Wine Production 2 (WSC301) whilst enrolled in a current Wine/Viticulture discipline course.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0077


Faculty of Science

Dux of Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management at Muresk

Approved by Dean

Criteria

For the student with the highest grade point average across all years of his/her degree, taking into consideration all subjects studied in the course at the Muresk campus. Student must have completed a majority of the subjects of the course at the Muresk campus.

Eligibility

The student must be a graduating student of the Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management at Muresk campus - Central Regional TAFE

Value

The prize will be to the value of $1,000 cash An inscribed University Certificate An individual trophy and name on a perpetual trophy.

Certificate text

Dux of Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management at Muresk.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0485


Faculty of Science

J B Faulkner Award

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Criteria

The student who graduates from the Bachelor of Horticulture course with an above average academic record and has made a contribution to the horticulture industry.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Horticulture course.

Value

The Prize will have a value of $100.00 and will be in the form of a book voucher, and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student with an above average academic record and who has made a contribution to the horticulture industry whose enrolled in the Bachelor of Horticulture course

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0222


Faculty of Science

Lee Halford Award for Dux of First Year

Approved by Dean

Criteria

For the student who has performed most outstandingly in the first year Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management subjects, taking into consideration their academic performance and contributions made to the conduct of the course. The successful student must also demonstrate an interest in the finance industry.

Eligibility

The student must have been enrolled in the following subjects: AGB110 Agricultural Economics AHT101 Professional Skills in Agriculture & Horticulture AGB165 Agribusiness Systems LAW110 Business Law AGR156 Plants in Agriculture PSC104 Soil Science AGS100 Livestock Production Systems AGS107 Precision Agriculture & Data Handling

Value

The prize will be to the value of $2000 cash and; A University Inscribed Certificate

Certificate text

To the student who has performed most outstandingly in the first year Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management subjects, taking into consideration their academic performance and contributions made to the conduct of the course.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0440


Faculty of Science

Linley Valley Pork Prize for AGS100 Livestock Production Systems

Approved by Dean

Criteria

For the student who has performed most outstandingly in the subject AGS100 Livestock Production Systems, taking into consideration their academic performance, practical skills and contributions made to the conduct of the subject. The successful student must also demonstrate an interest in the livestock industry.

Eligibility

The student must be enrolled in the subject AGS100 Livestock Production Systems. The student must be enrolled in the Course Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management at the Muresk Campus of Central Regional TAFE.

Value

The prize will be to the value of $1000 cash A University inscribed certificate

Certificate text

To the student who has performed most outstandingly in the subject AGS100 Livestock Production Systems, taking into consideration their academic performance, practical skills and contributions made to the conduct of the subject.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0438


Faculty of Science

NSW Farmers' Association A R Johnston Memorial Prize - Orange Campus

Ratified by Faculty Board

Criteria

The student who graduates from the Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management (Farm Management) course who has the most outstanding academic achievement.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management (Farm Management) course.

Value

The Prize will have a value of $200.00 and will be in the form of a monetary prize, and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student enrolled in the Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management (Farm Management) course who has the most outstanding academic achievement

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0225


Faculty of Science

Opteon Prize in Property Planning & Development

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Criteria

For the student who has performed outstandingly and achieved the top grade in the second year Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management subject: AGR237 Property Planning & Development

Eligibility

The student must have been enrolled in the subject: AGR237 Property Planning & Development The student must be enrolled in the course: Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management at the Muresk Campus of Central Regional TAFE

Value

The prize will be to the value of $1,000 cash An inscribed University Certificate

Certificate text

To the student who has performed outstandingly in the second year Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management subject AGR237 Property Planning & Development

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0463


Faculty of Science

Pockley Prize

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Criteria

The graduating student who is the best overall achiever. Determination of achievement is to include sound academic performance, demonstrated judgement, maturity, motivation, balanced approach to course and career.

Eligibility

Enrolment in either the Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management, Bachelor of Ecological Agricultural Systems or Bachelor of Horticulture.

Value

The Prize will be in the form of a University Certificate and a book.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who is the best overall achiever. Determination of achievement is to include sound academic performance, demonstrated judgement, maturity, motivation, balanced approach to course and career,enrolled in either the Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management, Bachelor of Ecological Agricultural Systems or Bachelor of Horticulture

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0236


Faculty of Science

Robert Cay Memorial Prize

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Criteria

The undergraduate student with highest achievement in animal science and livestock production subjects in the Bachelor of Agricultural Science course.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Agricultural Science course.

Value

The prize will be a book to the value of $200 and a certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the Bachelor of Agricultural Science student with highest achievement in animal science and livestock production subjects.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0080


Faculty of Science

Ross Fenwick Memorial Prize

Approved by Dean

Criteria

For the student who has performed outstandingly and achieved the top grade in the elective subject AGS204 Livestock Breeding and Selection

Eligibility

The student must have been enrolled in the subject AGS204 Livestock Breeding and Selection. The student must be enrolled in the course Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management at the Muresk Campus of Central Regional TAFE

Value

The prize will be to the value of $250 cash. An inscribed University Certificate.

Certificate text

To the student who has performed outstandingly in the elective subject AGS204 Livestock Breeding and Selection

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0479


Faculty of Science

Samson Agboola International Travel Prize

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Criteria

Offered to students with demonstrated academic excellence and who contribute to the positive enhancement of the discipline of Food Science and/or Chemistry. Nominees will have demonstrated outstanding student achievement and leadership in their discipline, and/or commitment to the promotion of public understanding of, or participation in, science. Students will complete an application form. A selection panel will review applications and make a determination of the successful applicant. Applications must be submitted by 28th February in the year in which the prize is to be awarded.

Eligibility

Students enrolled in a Doctor of Philosophy or Master of Philosophy with research activity focused on chemistry and/or food science.

Value

$1,000 contribution toward travel to a relevant international conference or visiting international laboratories/institutions for the purpose of developing collaboration, presenting results or conducting experiments. Travel booking must be made via CSU Travel. Will not be provided as a personal payment to the student.

Certificate text

Named in memory of Associate Professor Samson Agboola, this prize is awarded to the Research Higher Degree student who has demonstrated academic excellence and provided a significant contribution to the positive enhancement of the discipline of Food Science and/or Chemistry.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0505


Faculty of Science

Tarac Technologies Prize In Fortified Wine Production

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Criteria

The student who achieves the highest mark in the fortified wine component of WSC301 Wine Production 2 or WSC403 Wine Production 2(Post Grad) in the course.

Eligibility

Enrolment in a current Wine /Viticulture discipline course Enrolment in: WSC301 Wine Production 2 or WSC403 Wine Production 2

Value

The Prize will be in the form of a payment to the value of $500 from Tarac Technologies; and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student who achieves the highest mark in the fortified wine component of WSC301 Wine Production 2 or WSC403 Wine Production 2 (Post Grad) whilst enrolled in a current Wine/Viticulture discipline course.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0082


Faculty of Science

The Farmanco Excellence in Management and Agronomy Award

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Criteria

For the student who has performed outstandingly and achieved the top grade in the second year Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management subject: PSC270 Crop Agronomy & Management

Eligibility

The student must have been enrolled in the subject: PSC270 - Crop Agronomy & Management The student must be enrolled in the course: Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management at the Muresk Campus of Central Regional TAFE

Value

$500 cash plus 1 year subscription to client Premium package with a value of $1000 An inscribed University Certificate

Certificate text

To the student who has performed outstandingly in the second year Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management subject PSC270 Crop Agronomy & Management

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0466


Faculty of Science

Tom Dymond Memorial Award for Contribution to University Life

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Criteria

Demonstrates the Muresk culture in all aspects which is fair play, mate-ship and the spirit of community Doing what it takes to achieve the best possible outcomes for the student body, helping to create an environment for others to achieve Commitment, empathy, reliability, integrity, authenticity, you know that this person has your back.

Eligibility

The student must be a student of the Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management at Muresk campus - Central Regional TAFE.

Value

The prize will be to the value of $500 monetary prize An inscribed University Certificate

Certificate text

Awarded to a student in the Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management course at the Muresk Campus for being the 'best club person' or 'best team mate'. This prize is not for standing out from the crowd, but being a member of the crowd who enables others. "A leader is not an administrator who loves to run others but one who carries water for his people so they can get on with their jobs (Anon)"

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0484


Faculty of Science

Virbac Livestock Nutrition Sciences Prize

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Criteria

The student who, in their first year of the Agricultural Business Management degree, achieves the highest grade in AGS100 Livestock Production

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management degree Enrolment in AGS100 Livestock Production

Value

The prize will be in the form of a University Certificate and a $250.00 Co-Op gift voucher

Certificate text

For the student who, in their first year of the Agricultural Business Management degree, achieves the highest grade in AGS100 Livestock Production

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0475


Faculty of Science

Weed Society of NSW Prize

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Criteria

Highest aggregate mark in AGS301 Weed and Pesticide Sciences.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the subject AGS301 Weed and Pesticide Sciences

Value

The prize will be a payment to the value of $250.00, 12 months honorary membership to the Weed Society and an inscribed University Certificate.

Certificate text

for the student with the highest aggregate mark in AGS301 Weed and Presticide Sciences

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0200


Faculty of Science

Australian Society for Microbiology NSW-ACT Branch Prize

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Criteria

The most outstanding student in the microbiology component of the subject VSC323 Veterinary Microbiology and Parasitology.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Veterinary Biology/ Bachelor of Veterinary Science degree. Enrolment in the subject VSC323 Veterinary Microbiology and Parasitology.

Value

The Prize will be a payment of $100 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

The most outstanding student in the microbiology component of subject VSC323 Veterinary Microbiology and Parasitology.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0510


Faculty of Science

Australian Society for Parasitology Prize

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Criteria

The most outstanding student in the subject ASC305 Parasitology

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Animal Science or Bachelor of Equine Science or Bachelor of Veterinary Technology. Enrolment in ASC305 Parasitology

Value

The Prize will be a payment of $400 and an inscribed certificate issued by the Society.

Certificate text

The most outstanding student in the subject ASC305 Parasitology

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0330


Faculty of Science

Australian Society for Parasitology Prize

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Criteria

The Prize will be awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in the Parasitology components of VSC323 Veterinary Microbiology and Parasitology.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Veterinary Biology/Veterinary Science Course. Enrolment in VSC323 Veterinary Microbiology and Parasitology

Value

The prize will be a payment to the value of $400 and an inscribed certificate issued by the Society.

Certificate text

Awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in the Parasitology components of VSC323 Veterinary Microbiology and Parasitology.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0331


Faculty of Science

Ben Symons Animal Science Fellowship Prize 2nd Year

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Criteria

Students must display fellowship and leadership skills in their Animal Science community via their involvement in Animal Science-based student organisations and/or SAVS organisations that better their fellow peers and their university/school community. Students will complete an application form. A selection panel will review applications and make a determination of the successful applicant. Applications must be submitted by 15th March in the year in which the prize is to be awarded. Applications are based on the student's achievements to date in the preceding years (i.e. Year 2 prize is applied for and awarded when the student is in Year 3). For the purpose of calculation of student academic stage, number of credit points completed defines second year students as those who have completed more than 64 credit points to a maximum of 128 credit points, and are subsequently enrolled in their third year of the Animal Science degree at the time of application.

Eligibility

Students must have completed their 2nd year of the Bachelor of Animal Science [Integrated Honours] and must have been, during their first and/or second year of study, a member of an Animal Science based student organisation and/or School of Animal and Veterinary Science organisation including: - Animal Science Association - as a committee member or year representative; and/or - Member on the SAVS Student Staff Liaison committee as a student representative for Animal Science students; and/or - Student must also show a genuine interest for Animal Science and be dedicated to fulfilling a career in Animal Science; and/or - Member of the ICMJ Team; and/or - Committee member of the approaching Agriculture fair; and/or - Participant in the National Merino Challenge; and/or - CSU Wildlife Association - as a committee member; and/or - student representative for the SAVS School Board.

Value

A payment of $250.00 and an inscribed certificate from the University.

Certificate text

Named in memory of Ben Symons, this prize is awarded for fellowship and commitment to Animal Science during the second year of the Bachelor of Animal Science.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0446


Faculty of Science

Ben Symons Animal Science Fellowship Prize 3rd Year

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Criteria

Students must display fellowship and leadership skills in their Animal Science community via their involvement in Animal Science-based student organisations and/or School of Animal and Veterinary Science organisations that better their fellow peers and their university/school community. Students will complete an application form. A selection panel will review applications and make a determination of the successful applicant. Applications must be submitted by 15th March in the year in which the prize is to be awarded. Applications are based on the student's achievements to date in the preceding years (i.e. Year 3 prize is applied for and awarded when the student is in Year 4). For the purpose of calculation of student academic stage, number of credit points completed defines third year students as those who have completed more than 128 credits to a maximum of 192 credit points, and are subsequently enrolled in their fourth year of the Animal Science degree at their time of application.

Eligibility

Students must have completed their 3rd year of the Bachelor of Animal Science [Integrated Honours] and must have been, during their first, and/or second, and/or third year of study, a member of an Animal Science based student organisation and/or School of Animal & Veterinary Science organisation including:- - Animal Science Association - as a committee member or year representative; and/or - Member on the School of Animal & Veterinary Science Student Staff Liaison committee as a student representative for Animal Science students; and/or - Student must also show a genuine interest for Animal Science and be dedicated to fulfilling a career in Animal Science; and/or - Member of the ICMJ Team; and/or - Committee member of the approaching Agriculture Fair; and/or - Participant in the National Merino Challenge; and/or - CSU Wildlife Association as a committee member; and/or - Student representative for the SAVS School Board

Value

A payment of $250.00 and an inscribed certificate from the University.

Certificate text

Named in memory of Ben Symons, this prize is awarded for fellowship and commitment to Animal Science during the third year of the Bachelor of Animal Science.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0447


Faculty of Science

Centre for Veterinary Education (CVE) Clinical Competency Award

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Criteria

The highest calculated marks accrued in VSC456 Clinical Rotation 1, VSC457 Clinical Rotation 2, VSC461 Clinical Rotation 3, VSC462 Clinical Rotation 4 and the final exams in subject VSC460 Veterinary Professional Practice.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Veterinary Biology/Bachelor of Veterinary Science or Bachelor of Veterinary Biology/Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Honours) Enrolment in: VSC456 Clinical Rotation 1 - Equine Practice VSC457 Clinical Rotation 2 - Small Animal Practice VSC460 Veterinary Professional Practice VSC461 Clinical Rotation 3 - Dairy Cattle Practice VSC462 Clinical Rotation 4 - Rural Practice

Value

$1,000 CVE voucher to be used to purchase CVE courses and/or products and a certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

The most competent student judged over Equine, Small Animal and Cattle Clinical Skills, as well as the final exams in subject VSC460 Veterinary Professional Practice.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0423


Faculty of Science

Dr Heidi Austin Prize for Veterinary Practice

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Criteria

- High level skills in animal handling classes - High level skills in communication skills classes - High level skills in pregnancy diagnosis practical classes - Excellent feedback from participating practice visits VSC118 and VSC218 - Professional attitude in all on-campus and off-campus activities

Eligibility

Enrolment in Bachelor of Veterinary Biology/Bachelor of Veterinary Science Course.

Value

The Prize will be a book voucher to the value of $100 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

For the student who received the highest accumulated score in a variety of assessment items for motivation, application and engagement with veterinary practice in years 1 - 3.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0203


Faculty of Science

John and Dilys Howell Memorial Prize

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Criteria

The prize will be awarded to the student with the highest score in subject BIO489 Zoo Curatorship enrolled in Graduate Certificate in Captive Vertebrate Management.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Graduate Certificate in Captive Vertebrate Management course. Enrolment in BIO489 Zoo Curatorship

Value

The prize will be a payment to the value of $250 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the student who received the highest score in the subject BIO489 Zoo Curatorship enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Captive Vertebrate Management.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0086


Faculty of Science

The Australian & New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists Epidemiology Chapter Award

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Criteria

The most outstanding student in the Veterinary Epidemiology component in the subject VSC114 Applied Veterinary Epidemiology.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Veterinary Biology / Veterinary Science Course Enrolment in VSC114 Applied Veterinary Epidemiology

Value

The prize will be a payment to the value of $350 and an inscribed certificate issued by the Australian & New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists.

Certificate text

The most outstanding student in the Veterinary Epidemiology component in the subject VSC114 Applied Veterinary Epidemiology.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0332


Faculty of Science

The Australian & New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists Veterinary Pharmacology Chapter Award

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Criteria

The Prize will be awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in the Pharmacology and Therapeutics components of the subject VSC324 Veterinary Pharmacology, Diagnostics and Therapeutics.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Veterinary Biology/Veterinary Science Course. Enrolment in VSC324 Veterinary Pharmacology, Diagnostics and Therapeutics

Value

The prize will be a payment to the value of $200, and an inscribed certificate issued by the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists

Certificate text

Awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in the Pharmacology and Therapeutics components of the subject VSC324 Veterinary Pharmacology, diagnostics and Therapeutics.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0333


Faculty of Science

Veterinary Science Medal

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Criteria

The student with the highest GPA overall in the Bachelor of Veterinary Biology/Veterinary Science or Bachelor of Veterinary Biology/Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Honours) courses over the six years of the course.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Veterinary Biology/Veterinary Science or Bachelor of Veterinary Biology/Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Honours) courses.

Value

The prize will be a medallion and an inscribed certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

The student with the highest Grade Point Average overall in the Bachelor of Veterinary Biology/Bachelor of Veterinary Science or Bachelor of Veterinary Biology/Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Honours) courses over the six years of the course.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0336


Faculty of Science

Vetoquinol Prize for Veterinary Reproduction

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Criteria

The most outstanding student in the ASC262 Veterinary Reproduction Subject

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Veterinary Biology/ Veterinary Science Course Enrolment in ASC262 Veterinary Reproduction

Value

The prize will be a payment to the value of $500, text book, plaque and an inscribed certificate issued by the University

Certificate text

The most outstanding student in the ASC262 Veterinary Reproduction subject.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences for further information.

Administration code

PR0334


Faculty of Science

Exercise Science, Sport and Health Prize

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Criteria

The graduating student who achieves the highest Grade Point Average.

Eligibility

Graduating student enrolled in any undergraduate course offered by the School of Exercise Science, Sport and Health.

Value

The Prize will be $200 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieves the highest Grade Point Average enrolled in any undergraduate course offered by the School of Exercise Science, Sport and Health.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Exercise Science, Sport and Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0039


Faculty of Science

School of Exercise Science, Sport and Health Prize for Excellence in Clinical Workplace Learning

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Criteria

The graduating student who displays outstanding academic performance, practical skills and competency in the subject EHR526 Clinical Workplace Learning & Professionalism - Full Time or EHR527 Clinical Workplace Learning & Professionalism - Part Time.

Eligibility

The student must be enrolled in Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology The student must be enrolled in either: EHR526 Clinical Workplace Learning & Professionalism - Full Time or EHR527 Clinical Workplace Learning & Professionalism - Part Time

Value

The prize will be to the value of $200 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

For the graduating student who has displayed outstanding ability and competency in Clinical Workplace Learning.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Exercise Science, Sport and Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0507


Faculty of Science

School of Exercise Science, Sport and Health Prize for Excellence in Workplace Learning

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Criteria

The graduating student who has displayed outstanding ability in Workplace Learning.

Eligibility

Graduating student enrolled in any undergraduate course offered by the School of Exercise Science, Sport and Health.

Value

The Prize will be $200 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who has displayed outstanding ability in Workplace Learning.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Exercise Science, Sport and Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0041


Faculty of Science

School of Exercise Science, Sport and Health Prize for Honours Project

FBSC 18/112 on 15/8/2018

Criteria

The graduating student who achieves the highest grade for their submitted project.

Eligibility

Enrolment in the Bachelor of Exercise Science (Honours).

Value

The Prize will be $200 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the graduating student who achieves the highest grade for their submitted project enrolled in the Bachelor of Exercise Science (Honours) course.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the School of Exercise Science, Sport and Health for further information.

Administration code

PR0040


Division of Student Services

CSU Student Leadership Program

AS 16/202 on 23/11/2016

Criteria

Successfully complete 10 modules in STRIVE and confirmed 30 hours of practical leadership in a role within CSU or in the community.

Eligibility

Successfully complete 10 modules in STRIVE and confirmed 30 hours of practical leadership in a role within CSU or in the community.

Value

Certificate

Certificate text

completed the CSU Student Leadership Program.

Faculty/School Administration Contact

Please contact the Division of Student Services for further information.

Administration code

PR0493


Division of Student Services

Towers Prize

Ratified by Faculty Board

Criteria

The most outstanding full time student residing in the Towers residence on the Bathurst Campus who has shown outstanding commitment both in academic studies and to the residential community.

Value

The Prize will be a monetary prize to the value of $200 and an inscribed certificate issued by the University.

Certificate text

for the most outstanding full-time student residing in the Bathurst Campus residences who has shown outstanding commitment both in academic studies and to the residential community

Administration code

PR0090

The information contained in the CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: November 2019. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.

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