School of Health

The School of Health has three prizes which it awards each year funded by Hunter New England Population Health. The prizes are awarded on the basis of academic merit as indicated by recent academic records. The Terms and Conditions vary for each Prize and can be found below.

Prize ValueTerms Current Recipient
HNE Population Health Prize for 1st year Nursing $500Awarded annually to the Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander student who has the highest aggregate in all units for first year Nursing Tamarla Smith
HNE Population Health Prize for 2nd year Nursing $500 Awarded annually to the Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander student who has the highest aggregate in all units for second year NursingJoshua Day
HNE Population Health Prize for 3rd year Nursing $500Awarded annually to the Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander student who has the highest aggregate in all units for third year NursingEmma McKenzie
Natashia Scully / School of Health Medal$500Awarded to the student who has achieved the highest GPA from their completing/graduating cohort, over the course of their Bachelor of Nursing Studies.Kimberly Dean
Yunjoo Jin 
Elsevier Natashia Scully Award$500Awarded to the student who has achieved the highest GPA in the unit HSNS368. Enrolled in the final year of the Bachelor of Nursing or Master of Nursing Practise.Babasri Dhungana