Scholarship

The Thomas and Effie Lothian Memorial Prize (SEFS)

Opens
1 January 1967
Closes
1 January 1967
Eligibility
School of Forest and Ecosystem Science
Category
Undergraduate
Honours
Research Higher Degree
Diploma
Masters
Academics
Value
$0.00

<$500

About

Mr Thomas Robert Noel Lothian OBE of Crafers, South Australia, in 1989, in memory of his parents, Thomas Carlyle and Effie Marian Lothian. In 1997 the trust was transferred to the University when it amalgamated with the Victorian College of Agriculture and Horticulture. The award was made by the Melbourne School of Land and Environment until its disestablishment in 2014. From 2015 the award is made within the Faculty of Science.

Conditions

Process

From 2015: The prize is to be awarded annually to the student who has completed the final year of a higher education program in Horticulture at the Burnley Ccampus and who most demonstrates all round excellence in ornamental horticulture, being urban or environmental horticulture. Awarded by the Dean of the Faculty of Science on the recommendation of the Director of Burnley Campus.

More information

Contact
Email
science-awards@unimelb.edu.au
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