Dominic Cheng Memorial Award for Aquatic Ecology
The value of the Prize to the Recipient is $400, and is comprised of a cash award.
Dominic Cheng Memorial Award for Aquatic Ecology was established in 2005 following a bequest by the late Professor Dominic Cheng, former Dean of the Faculty of Life Sciences, to recognize and reward the student who attains the highest mark in the subject 91121 Aquatic Ecology.
Who is eligible?
One (1) Recipient will be awarded the Prize each year.
The Recipient must:
- be enrolled as an award student in a Science degree course in the year for which the award is made; and
- receive a result in the subject 91121 Aquatic Ecology in the year for which the award is made; and
- the student must not have had any prior results in this subject; and
- the result received must be a minimum of 75/D.
- The highest final overall mark awarded in the subject 91121 Aquatic Ecology.
- In the event that two or more eligible students have the same highest final mark, the following criteria will be considered:
- Performance in subject 91121 Aquatic Ecology outside of formal assessment that demonstrates mastery of and engagement in the subject;
- Overall academic performance in the student’s award course, including GPA, whether the student has failed other subjects, received academic cautions or had a finding of misconduct made against them.
For more information view the conditions of award.