Good news, Engineering students! La Trobe University has introduced four new prizes that you are in the running to win.
Three of these prizes are courtesy of business CMP Consulting Group, who partnered with La Trobe this year on a series of online lectures about the Australian engineering environment.
And in memory of Matthew O’Neill, pioneering La Trobe student and staff member, a fourth prize for Work Integrated Learning will also be awarded.
That’s plenty of opportunity for top-performing students to receive $1,000 in recognition of their academic achievement. More information about each prize is below.
Matthew O’Neill Award
Awarded to the highest achieving student in Work Integrated Learning in the Department of Engineering, on behalf of the O’Neill family in memory of Matthew O’Neill, a pioneering student in this course.
SK Punyadasa Award
For the top Master of Civil Engineering student. In memory of SK Punyadasa, a Civil Engineer in the water industry, in Sri Lanka and globally. A diligent, lifelong student, he epitomised hard work and sacrifice. He never feared change, believing things would always get better.
Greg Chalmers Award
For the top undergraduate student completing Civil Engineering. In honour of CMP Director Mr Greg Chalmers, an outstanding technical engineer who values the training and development of himself and others.
CMP Gems in STEM Award
Awarded to the highest achieving female student in undergraduate Civil Engineering.