Academic prizes - Environment and Development Program

Elspeth Young Prize for Social Contribution
Commenced 2004: annually until 2011 then each semester

An $80 book voucher is awarded each graduating class (generally each semester) to the student who completes the Master of Environmental Management and Development or the Graduate Diploma in Environmental Management and Development and makes the most valuable contribution to the social fabric of the Environment and Development Program student group.

Previous winners:
Dec 2012 - Miss Moran Diment and Ms Catherine Diomampo
Jul 2012 - Mrs Melati
2010 - Ms Marie Michelle Leonardo
2008 - Miss Kathryn Michie
2006 - Mr Duncan John MacLeod
2005 - Mr Hiroto Yamauchi
2004 - Mr Matthew Weatherby

Garnaut Prize
Commenced December 2010

A $100 book voucher is awarded each graduating class (generally each semester) to the student who completes and achieves the best overall aggregate results in the Master of Climate Change.

Previous winners:
Dec 2012 - Ms Eliza Murray
Jul 2012 - Mr Geoffrey O'Keefe
Dec 2011 - Mr Richard Pannett and Ms Angela Winkle
Dec 2010 - Mr Donald Lewis Jurries II and Ms Anita Talberg

Tiri Tiri Prize
Commenced 2000: annually until 2006 then each semester

A $100 book voucher is awarded each graduating class (generally each semester) to the student who completes and achieves the best overall aggregate results in the Master of Environmental Management and Development.

Previous winners:
Jul 2013 - Ms Weilin Chiu
Dec 2012 - Miss Jyoti Felix
Jul 2012 - Ms Tashi Yangzom
Dec 2011 - Miss Estefania Ardila Robles and Mr Munezero Hezekiah Kanyangemu
Jul 2011 - Miss Stephanie Secomb
Dec 2010 - Mr Saravan Peacock
Jul 2010 - Mr Ramesh Sunam
Jul 2009 - Ms Elissa Kate Waters
Dec 2008 - Ms Sanzida Akhter
Dec 2007 - Ms Katherine Mitchell
Jul 2007 - Mr Ian Duddy
2006 - Mr Duncan John MacLeod
2005 - Ms Joanna May Perrens
2004 - Mr Thang Nam Do
2003 - Ms Heather Catriona Bailey
2002 - Mr Rishi Raj Koirala
2001 - Mr Alexander Munton
2000 - Mr Oliver Oronce Agoncillo and Mr Ashiqur Rahman

Notes

If, in any graduating class or year, two or more students equally merit the award of the prize, the prize awarded for that graduating class or year is divided equally between them.

If, in any graduating class or year, no student achieves results that, in the opinion of the Dean of the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, justify the award of the prize, the prize is not awarded.

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