Prizes & Scholarships are available to eligible Fenner School students.
This scholarship is to enable young researchers and practitioners to undertake quality research in areas relating to the interests of the ACTION Trust and/or to environment and sustainability.
Applications close 31 March each year.
Selection will be made on the basis of an assessment of the student's research potential. This will take into account a measure of the applicant's overall performance in undergraduate, and (if any) Master's coursework, as well as an assessment of their most recent graded research writing (thesis) and accomplishments (research publications, awards, referee evaluation).
The prize shall be awarded each year to the student who, in that year was enrolled in the Honours Year of a program leading to the award of a degree of Bachelor in the Fenner School of Environment and Society, College of Science, and judged to be the most outstanding Honours graduate of that calendar year.
The prize shall be awarded each year to the student who, in that year was enrolled in a program leading to the award of a degree of Bachelor; and shall be awarded for the the highest aggregate mark in the courses Environment and Society: Geography of Sustainability and Sustainable Development. At least one of the two courses must have been taken in the year of the award of the prize.
This scholarship has been established to enable young researchers and practitioners to undertake quality research based at the National Arboretum Canberra
Honours in any field offered by the Fenner School of Environment and Society.
Closing date: 31 March (for Semester 1) and 31 August (for Semester 2)
Offered to eligible Indigenous students undertaking a Bachelor of Science (Forest Science), Bachelor of Science (Resource and Environmental Management) & Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (Sustainability)
Closing Date: 31 March
The prize shall be awarded each year to the student who, in that year was enrolled full-time in a program leading to the award of a degree of Bachelor offered in the ANU College Health and Medicine or the College of Science, and has achieved the best result as shown by the award of the highest mark in the course which covers forest mensuration.
The prize shall be awarded to the student who, in that graduating class successfully completed the requirements for admission to the degree of Master of Climate Change; and achieved the best overall aggregate result in the program.