Student Prizes

Tele’s Angels believes that the first year of study is the most important time in students’ academic careers to recognise excellence and encourage joy in the pursuit of learning. As such, we have established the following prizes for first-year Ancient History students at Macquarie University. Good luck!

 

The Telemachus Ancient History Mentor Program Introduction to Egyptian Archaeology Prize

Funding Source

This prize is funded until 2028 by Tele’s Angels2007 Dean of Humanities’ Teaching Excellence Award for Student-Centred Learning.

Prize Conditions

1. The Prize shall be known as “The Telemachus Ancient History Mentor Program Introduction to Egyptian Archaeology Prize”.

2. The Prize shall be to the value of $100.00 or such other amount as may from time to time be determined and may be awarded annually, but shall not be awarded in any year in which no candidate is considered to be of sufficient merit.

3. The Prize shall be open for award to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules and for candidates of the BA AncHist(Hons) Degree.

4. The Prize shall be awarded to the best performing student of AHIS170 – Introduction to Egyptian Archaeology, as determined by the course convenor/s according to academic achievement.

5. The Prize shall be made on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Ancient History.

6. The Prize shall be in the form of a cheque together with a suitably inscribed certificate.

Recipients

2008: Amy Odlum

2009: Milena Kooyman

2010: Jacinta Carruthers

2011: Benjamin Willars & Sophie Cracknell

2012: Nathan Fallon

 

 

The Telemachus Ancient History Mentor Program Myth in the Ancient World Prize

Funding Source

This prize is funded until 2019 by Tele’s Angels2008 Vice Chancellor’s Award for Programs That Enhance Learning – Macquarie University.

Prize Conditions

1. The Prize shall be known as “The Telemachus Ancient History Mentor Program Myth in the Ancient World Prize”.

2. The Prize shall be to the value of $100.00 or such other amount as may from time to time be determined and may be awarded annually, but shall not be awarded in any year in which no candidate is considered to be of sufficient merit.

3. The Prize shall be open for award to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules and for candidates of the BA AncHist(Hons) Degree.

4. The Prize shall be awarded to the best performing student of AHIS140 – Myth in the Ancient World, as determined by the course convenor/s according to academic achievement.

5. The Prize shall be made on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Ancient History.

6. The Prize shall be in the form of a cheque together with a suitably inscribed certificate.

Recipients

2009: Marcus Chin

2010: Alexander Wood & Juliana Grego

2011: Naomi Simmons

2012: Lachlan McCubbin

 

 

The Telemachus Ancient History Mentor Program Greek Society 500-300BC: Oikos and Polis Prize

Funding Source

This prize is funded until 2019 by Tele’s Angels2008 Vice Chancellor’s Award for Programs That Enhance Learning – Macquarie University.

Prize Conditions

1. The Prize shall be known as “The Telemachus Ancient History Mentor Program Oikos and Polis Prize”.

2. The Prize shall be to the value of $100.00 or such other amount as may from time to time be determined and may be awarded annually, but shall not be awarded in any year in which no candidate is considered to be of sufficient merit.

3. The Prize shall be open for award to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules and for candidates of the BA AncHist(Hons) Degree.

4. The Prize shall be awarded to the best performing student of AHIS100 – Greek Society from 500-300 BC: Oikos and Polis, as determined by the course convenor/s according to academic achievement.

5. The Prize shall be made on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Ancient History.

6. The Prize shall be in the form of a cheque together with a suitably inscribed certificate.

Recipients

2009: Nicklas Haglund

2010: Emma Thompson

2011: Bradley Hollingsworth

2012: Jacqueline Cadwgan

 

 

The Telemachus Ancient History Mentor Program Rome: From Republic to Empire Prize

Funding Source

This prize is funded until 2019 by Tele’s Angels2008 Vice Chancellor’s Award for Programs That Enhance Learning – Macquarie University.

Prize Conditions

1. The Prize shall be known as “The Telemachus Ancient History Mentor Program Rome: Republic to Empire Prize”.

2. The Prize shall be to the value of $100.00 or such other amount as may from time to time be determined and may be awarded annually, but shall not be awarded in any year in which no candidate is considered to be of sufficient merit.

3. The Prize shall be open for award to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules and for candidates of the BA AncHist(Hons) Degree.

4. The Prize shall be awarded to the best performing student of AHIS110 – Rome: From Republic to Empire, as determined by the course convenor/s according to academic achievement.

5. The Prize shall be made on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Ancient History.

6. The Prize shall be in the form of a cheque together with a suitably inscribed certificate.

Recipients

2009: Anna Krautbauer

2010: Stephanie Ng

2011: Delia Dowsett

2012: Louise Metcalfe

 

 

The Telemachus Ancient History Mentor Program Antiquity’s Heirs: Barbarian Europe, Byzantium and Islam Prize

Funding Source

This prize is funded until 2019 by Tele’s Angels2008 Vice Chancellor’s Award for Programs That Enhance Learning – Macquarie University.

Prize Conditions

1. The Prize shall be known as “The Telemachus Ancient History Mentor Program Antiquity’s Heirs Prize”.

2. The Prize shall be to the value of $100.00 or such other amount as may from time to time be determined and may be awarded annually, but shall not be awarded in any year in which no candidate is considered to be of sufficient merit.

3. The Prize shall be open for award to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules and for candidates of the BA AncHist(Hons) Degree.

4. The Prize shall be awarded to the best performing student of AHIS120 – Antiquity’s Heirs: Barbarian Europe, Byzantium, and Islam, as determined by the course convenor/s according to academic achievement.

5. The Prize shall be made on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Ancient History.

6. The Prize shall be in the form of a cheque together with a suitably inscribed certificate.

Recipients

2009:

2010: Anna Krautbauer

2011:

2012: Joanne Kamasz

 

 

The Telemachus Ancient History Mentor Program Greek Heroes and Heroines: From Achilles to Zorba Prize

Funding Source

This prize is funded until 2019 by Tele’s Angels2008 Vice Chancellor’s Award for Programs That Enhance Learning – Macquarie University.

Prize Conditions

1. The Prize shall be known as “The Telemachus Ancient History Mentor Program Greek Heroes and Heroines Prize”.

2. The Prize shall be to the value of $100.00 or such other amount as may from time to time be determined and may be awarded annually, but shall not be awarded in any year in which no candidate is considered to be of sufficient merit.

3. The Prize shall be open for award to all candidates proceeding to an award under the Bachelor Degree Rules and for candidates of the BA AncHist(Hons) Degree.

4. The Prize shall be awarded to the best performing student of AHMG101 – Greek Heroes and Heroines, as determined by the course convenor/s according to academic achievement.

5. The Prize shall be made on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Ancient History.

6. The Prize shall be in the form of a cheque together with a suitably inscribed certificate.

Recipients

2009: Ellen Ryan & Lisa Cooper

2010: Sean Commons

2011: Jessica Greentree & Sarah-Jayne Dooner

2012: Lena Kako