School of Arts Prizes
The School of Arts has a number of small prizes which it awards each year funded by various donors. These prizes are a method of recognising outstanding performance by students of the University. The Terms and Conditions vary for each Prize and can be found below.
|Australian Federation of Graduate Women||$250||Awarded to the undergraduate female student, if of sufficient merit, who obtains the highest combined result in ENGL101 and ENGL102 in one academic year.||Elizabeth Hartley|
|Friends of Cinema Prize Film Study||$100||Awarded to the undergraduate student, if of sufficient merit, who obtains the highest combined result in COMM101 and COMM102 in one academic year.||Adam Keleher|
|G J Borny Award||$100||To be awarded to the best student, if any, obtaining either First Class Honours in Theatre Studies or a HD result in the Master of Applied Theatre Studies and demonstrating exceptional ability in the areas of scholarship, research and production.||Miriam Lili|
|Peter Thomas Prize in Languages||$100||Awarded annually to the student who, in the opinion of the Head of School, has had the most distinguished record in 300 level language units.||Anne Evered|
|W Hoddinott Prizes for English||$100||Awarded to the undergraduate student, if of sufficient merit, who gains the best result in two 300 level literature units within one academic year. The best result will be calculated by averaging the final marks for the two units.||Anastasia Pascoe|
|Peter Elkin Drama Prize||$100||Awarded to the undergraduate student, if of sufficient merit, who most distinguishes himself or herself in course work in Theatre Studies.||Jacqueline Morrison|
|UNE Players Prize||$150||Awarded to the student, if of sufficient merit, who has completed the requirements for an undergraduate degree including a major in Theatre Studies and who, in the opinion of the Head of School, has most distinguished herself or himself in both the practical and theoretical areas in Theatre Studies.||Chani Hughes-Dawson|
|The Grahame Jones Memorial Prize||$100||Awarded to a continuing undergraduate student of French, if of sufficient merit, who has gained the best results in a combination of post-first year units totalling 24cp and including FREN201 and FREN202 - studied in one academic year.|
|Cecil Hill Postgraduate Fund||$120||Awarded on the recommendation of the Convenor of Music to the student entering Honours, with the best undergraduate record in 300 level units taught by Music.||Robert Kelly|
|H Wragge Memorial Scholarship||$400||Awarded to the student entering Honours in English, if of sufficient merit, who has the best overall record in 300 level units in English at this University.||David Single|
|W Hoddinott Memorial Prize in English||$300||Awarded to the undergraduate student, if of sufficient merit, who gains the best results in ENGL341 or ENGL351.||Anastasia Pascoe|
|Bronnie Treloar Scholarship||$500||Awarded to the best student entering the BA(Hons) in French, if of sufficient merit, who has the best overall record in French at UNE|
|Bronnie Treloar Prize in French||$100||Awarded to the best undergraduate student, if of sufficient merit, completing two of the elective units in French (FREN203, 204, 205, 303, 304, 305, 306, 307) in one academic year.||Anne Evered|
|Richard B Smith Memorial Prize||$25||Awarded to the undergraduate student who obtains the best results, if of sufficient merit, in ENGL101 and ENGL102 in one academic year.||Elizabeth Hartley|
|Lucy Elizabeth Craigie Award||$1,000||Awarded to the undergraduate students who gain the best overall results, if of sufficient merit, in ENGL101 and ENGL102 in one academic year.||Amy Greatrix|
|The Barbara Levien Prize for First Year Music||$500||Awarded at the discretion of the Convenor of Music to the student who gains the highest mark in the First Year Musicology unit MUSI130.||Loyola McLean|
|Cath Ellis Memorial Fund||$500||Awarded annually to: 1. a student undertaking a topic in the Area of Australian Indigenous Music; or, 2. a student undertaking a topic in Ethnomusicology; or, 3.|
a student undertaking a topic in Musicology; or 4. a student who, in the Discipline of Music, is likely to make a future commitment to a regional community through their musical career.
If none of the above criteria are met the prize may be awarded to an undergraduate student, if of sufficient merit, in the Bachelor of Music who obtains the best overall results in MUSI units in one academic year.
|UNE Music Prize||up to $1,000||Awarded to commencing students, if of sufficient merit, based on audition performance. Students are ranked (out of 100) in performance, personal statement and music skills test. Students must study internally at UNE or be based in the Armidale area in their first year.|
|Friends of the ABC Media Prize||$1,000||Awarded to a student enrolled in their final year of a Bachelor of Media & Communications. The applicant must provide a statement of up to 750 words outlining their intentions to work in a field related to media and communications, why they wish to work in the media, and how their studies will assist their future work. The selection committee will consider the applicants' academic achievement in 300- level units and the range of units completed which relate to media studies.|