The Constantinos and Polymnia Moraïtis Prize
The Constantinos and Polymnia Moraïtis Prize The sum of $3,000 having been given to the University by Mr Nicholas Galatis for the purpose of encouraging the study of Greek studies through the provision of an annual lecture and prizes. The donor emphasises the educational and secular purpose of the lecture. He desires that the process of invitation reflect this purpose and not be a cause of dissension.
- There shall be an annual prize called "The Constantinos and Polymnia Moraïtis Prize"
- The prize shall be a book voucher valued at $75, unless otherwise determined by the Faculty
- The prize shall be awarded each year at the Galatis Prize Giving Ceremony
- The prize shall be awarded to the student who attains the highest mark in Level II/III for an essay on a topic in Greek Archaeology or Greek History
- If, in any particular year, the examiner/s consider that no candidate is suitable for the prize, then no award shall be made
- If two or more candidates are deemed to be of equal merit, the prize shall be awarded to each candidates