Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence & Community Service

Each year the Australian National University (ANU) may offer one prize known as the Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence and Community Service.

The objective of the prize is to recognise outstanding students who have shown influence, demonstrated leadership and have made a positive impact within the Canberra, regional, national or international communities.

The value of the prize/s awarded is $5,000.

The prize will be on offer from 2018 and will continue on an annual basis (in perpetuity).

Overview

Each year the Australian National University (ANU) may offer one prize known as the Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence and Community Service.

The objective of the prize is to recognise outstanding students who have shown influence, demonstrated leadership and have made a positive impact within the Canberra, regional, national or international communities.

The value of the prize/s awarded is $5,000.

The prize will be on offer from 2018 and will continue on an annual basis (in perpetuity).

Funding for this prize has been provided through a bequest from the late Emeritus Professor John Love who passed away in 2016. Professor Love was deeply connected to ANU and the Canberra community as a teacher, pioneer researcher and philanthropist, with a career at the University spanning more than 40 years.

**Please note the Conditions of Award for this prize are currently under review - the prize will not be awarded in 2019**