The Sidney Prize and Other Prizes Available to Students and Members of the Community
There are many different prizes and awards available to students and members of the community. Some are based on academic achievement, while others are based on social change or community activism. These awards are a great way to recognise people who are making a difference in society. The Sidney prize is one of the most prestigious awards that can be won by an individual or group. It is awarded to those who have made a significant contribution to Australia’s culture, society and economy. The winner of this award is decided on a national basis and the prize is presented at a ceremony at the end of each year.
There is also a range of other prizes that are available to students at the University. These include the MAK Halliday Postgraduate Research Prize and the Neilma Sydney Short Story Prize. The Neilma Sydney Short Story Prize is a writing competition that is open to anyone and is run by the literary journal Overland. The winner will receive $5000 and their work will be published in the autumn issue of Overland. The MAK Halliday Postgraduate Research Prize is an annual award that is given to a postgraduate student in the Department of Linguistics. The prize is awarded in honour of the founding professor of the department and is awarded based on academic merit and contribution to linguistics research, scholarship and teaching.
In addition to the major awards, there are a number of smaller prizes that can be won by students. These include the Sydney Arts Prize, the MAK Halliday Postgraduate Research prize and the Overland Neilma short story prize. These awards are a great way to reward students for their hard work and dedication.
The Sidney prize is a prestigious award that is given to individuals and groups that have made a positive impact on Australia’s culture, society and economy. It is awarded on a national basis and the winners are announced at a ceremony at the end of each calendar year. There are also a number of other smaller awards that can be won by students and members of the community, including the Sydney Black Memorial Engineering prize.
In order to be considered for the Sidney prize, applicants must meet the following criteria:
2. Does your entry take up the voice or experience of a marginalised or vulnerable identity?
Applicants must answer this question by selecting either “Yes” or “No”. The judges will use this information when considering the entries. If the entry does take up a marginalised or vulnerable identity, the judges will ask why you have chosen to write in that voice/experience. This will be discussed in the judges’ report. The prize is worth $100,000 and the winner will be announced at a gala dinner in December. Applicants can apply for the prize here. The closing date for applications is September 30. The judges will select up to four finalists from the submissions. The winner will be announced on December 1. The application fee is $50.