The Archibald Grenfell Price Prize in Geography
(Please note: this prize is currently under review)
The sum of $220 having been given to the University by St. Mark's College Club Inc. to honour Dr A Grenfell Price, Master of the College since its foundation to his retirement in 1957. Dr Price's work lay not only in the College but also in the Discipline of Geography, Environment and Population, and in the University at large. The following rules are made:
- The prize shall be known as "The Archibald Grenfell Price Prize in Geography".
- The value of the prize shall be $200, unless otherwise determined by the Faculty.
- The prize shall be awarded annually to the student who attains the highest mark in Advanced Level Geography courses, provided that the candidate is of sufficient merit.
- If the examiners deem that two or more candidates are of equal merit, the prize shall be divided equally among those candidates.
- These rules may be varied from time to time by the Faculty, but the title and the purpose shall not be changed.