John Inglis Lothian Memorial Prize (SEFS)
- School of Forest and Ecosystem Science
Research Higher Degree
Varies from year to year
Mr Thomas Robert Noel Lothian OBE of Crafers, South Australia, in 1989, in memory of his grandfather, John Inglis Lothian, a successful orchardist in the Ringwood area. In 1997 the trust was transferred to the University when it amalgamated with the Victorian College of Agriculture and Horticulture.
The prize is to be awarded annually to the student who has completed the final year of a degree course (Associate Degree of Urban Horticulture) and who is considered to be the most improved student over the course of the degree in the practical component of the subjects undertaken. Awarded by the Dean of the Faculty of Science on the recommendation of the Director of the Burnley campus.