The outstanding academic achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students were recognised at a recent morning tea.
The University Indigenous Student Success Program and the College of Sciences and Engineering jointly funded 11 awards, presented by the Executive Dean, Professor Brian Yates.
Ten students were awarded $1,000 and Shaun Frogson, who is studying a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours), was awarded $2,000 as the highest-performing eligible student. The students are studying seven courses offered by the College.
The full list of recipients is:
Shaun Frogson (studying B Eng. Hons), the top 2017 GPA of all of the eligible students;
Nia Whitney (studying a B Sc.);
Chauncey Cooper (studying a B Sc.);
Chelsea Charles (studying Bachelor of Biotechnology and Medical Research);
Callum Cooper (studying a B Sc.);
Abraham Stevens (studying Bachelor of Engineering (Ocean Engineering) [Honours]);
Benjamin Allen (studying Bachelor of Environmental Design);
Jayden Taylor (studying a Bachelor of Applied Science (Marine Environment));
Caillan Sainsbury (studying Bachelor of Natural Environment and Wilderness Studies);
Dylan Luke (studying a B Eng.);
Zachary Fidler (studying a B Sc.).
Published on: 26 Mar 2018 10:46am