David Adams Prize for Introduction to Politics

Each year the School of Politics and International Relations may offer the David Adams Prize for Introduction to Politics.  This prize is currently $1,000.

The objective of the prize is to recognise the student who, in that year was enrolled in a program leading to the award of a degree of Bachelor in the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences; and achieved the best result, as shown by the award of the highest mark in the course Introduction to Politics (POLS1002).

The prize will be on offer annually.

Offered by ANU College of Arts & Social Sciences

Overview

Each year the School of Politics and International Relations may offer the David Adams Prize for Introduction to Politics.  This prize is currently $1,000.

The objective of the prize is to recognise the student who, in that year was enrolled in a program leading to the award of a degree of Bachelor in the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences; and achieved the best result, as shown by the award of the highest mark in the course Introduction to Politics (POLS1002).

The prize will be on offer annually.

The funding for this prize, set up by David Adams for the most outstanding student in the Introduction to Politics course, has been recently augmented by Ms Jill Adams. 

 

Previous winners

Year Name
2020 Zair Ahmed
2019 Madison Durham
2018 Nicholas Bradman
2017 Isabella Ostini
2017 Martin Anderson
2015 Despina Panagiotopoulos
2013 James Gillard
2011 Lan Lara Cernak
2010 Sarah Emily Lowe
2009 James Donald Nield
2008 Meg O’Connell
2007 Peter Pullen (Inaugural award)
2007 Adam Brereton (Inaugural award)