The Anne Collins Memorial Prize
The Annual Geoff Anderson Prize for POLI 2001 Government, Business and Society
The Annual Geoff Anderson Prize for POLI 3010 Advanced Perspectives in Public Policy
The Auditor-General's Department of SA Prize in Auditing 
The Auditor-General's Department of SA Prize in Financial Management
The Australian Association of Social Workers (SA Branch) Ethics in Placement Annual Prize (for Bachelor of Social Work students)
The Australian Association of Social Workers (SA Branch) Ethics in Placement Annual Prize (for Masters of Social Work (Graduate Entry) students)
The Australian Psychological Society Prize in Psychology
The Bachelor of International Relations Prize
The Bet Roffey Memorial Prize in International Business
The Bill Brugger Prize
The Bob Wallace Prize in Macroeconomics 
The Cengage Prize in International Human Resource Management
The Cengage Prize in Quantitative Methods
The CPA Australia Prizes in Accounting
The CPA Young Professionals Network Prizes The Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Prize in Taxation
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (South Australian Office) Prize in International Trade Policy  
The Economic Society of Australia (SA) Prize in Managerial Economics 
The Economic Society of Australia (SA) Prize in Macroeconomics
The Elaine MW Martin Prize
The Evelyn Antoinette Shlomowitz Prize
The Gery Beswick Memorial Prize
Greek Orthodox Community of SA Inc - Con Marinos AM Prizes
The Institute of Public Administration Australia Prizes
International Business Context Student of the Year Awards, contributed by Max Smith
The James Millar Main Prizes in History
The Jan Lucas Prize in Sociological Theory
The Jo Baulderstone Prize (for Master of Public Administration Students)
The Jo Baulderstone Prize (for Master of Public Administration (Management) Students)
The Jo Baulderstone Prize (for Master of Public Administration (Policy) Students)
The Jo Baulderstone Prize (for Master of Public Policy and Management Students)
The John Wiley & Sons Marketing Prize
The John Wiley and Sons Organisational Behaviour Prize
The Keith Hancock Prize in Economics for Business
The Michael Wills Prize in Politics 
The Pearson Prize in E-Business
The Pearson Prize in Management, People and Organisation
Pitcher Partners Prize in Financial Accounting Issues
The RG Brown Prize  
The SA Department for Correctional Services Award  
The Susan Gunner Memorial Prize in Business Forecasting

*Equal prize awarded


The Ann Collins Memorial Prize

  • The Ann Collins Memorial Prize shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, on the recommendation of the Ann Collins Tribute Committee. Up to two prizes may be awarded in any one year.
  • The value of the prize for each nominated recipient shall be $250.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the student(s) currently studying the Master of Social Work (Graduate Entry) in the School of Social and Policy Studies who has made the most significant contribution to social work fieldwork practice in a multi-cultural or cross-cultural setting.

The Annual Geoff Anderson Prize for POLI2001 Government, Business and Society

  • Awarded annually to one recipient.
  • The value of the prize will be $750.
  • Awarded to the student with the highest percentage mark in the topic POLI 2002 Government, Business and Society. The prize is to be split between students if there is less than 2% difference between the top three students.

The Annual Geoff Anderson Prize for POLI3010 Advanced Perspectives in Public Policy

  • Awarded annually to one recipient.
  • The value of the prize will be $750.
  • Awarded to the student with the highest percentage mark in the topic POLI 3010 Advanced Perspectives in Public Policy. The prize is to be split between students if there is less than 2% difference between the top three students.

The Auditor-General's Department of SA Prize in Auditing

  • The Auditor-General's Department of SA Prize in Auditing shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize shall be $400.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the best student in topic BUSN3048 Auditing.
  • The winner of the prize will be based on the overall grade awarded to students. In the case where multiple students receive the same grade, the topic coordinator will elect one of the students as the winner.

The Auditor-General's Department of SA Prize in Financial Management

  • The Auditor-General's Department of SA Prize in Financial Management shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize shall be $400.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the best student in topic BUSN2037 Financial Management.
  • The winner of the prize will be based on the overall grade awarded to students. In the case where multiple students receive the same grade, the topic coordinator will elect one of the students as the winner.

The Australian Association of Social Workers (SA Branch) Ethics in Placement Annual Prize (for Bachelor of Social Work students)

  • The Australian Association of Social Workers (SA Branch) shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize shall be $250.
  • The prize shall be awarded to a student undertaking their final placement in the Bachelor of Social Work course in the School of Social and Policy Studies who is judged to have best identified and discussed an ethical dilemma in their final placement (as outlined in Section 10 of the Field Education Requirements and Learning Guide (2011).
  • The prize will not be awarded if there is no application of sufficient merit.

The Australian Association of Social Workers (SA Branch) Ethics in Placement Annual Prize (for Masters of Social Work (Graduate Entry) students)

  • The Australian Association of Social Workers (SA Branch) shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize shall be $250.
  • The prize shall be awarded to a student undertaking their final placement in Master of Social Work (Graduate Entry) course in the School of Social and Policy Studies who is judged to have best identified and discussed an ethical dilemma in their final placement (as outlined in Section 10  of the Field Education Requirements and Learning Guide (2011).
  • The prize will not be awarded if there is no application of sufficient merit.

The Australian Psychological Society Prize in Psychology

  • The Australian Psychological Society Prize in Psychology shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The prize shall consist of 12 months free Associate Membership of the Australian Psychological Society, and the opportunity to present a poster based on his or her thesis at the Annual Conference of The Australian Psychological Society Limited (with conference registration fee paid by the Society) in the year following completion of the program of study.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the best student completing an accredited four-year program in psychology.

The Bachelor of International Relations Prize

  • The Bachelor of International Relations Prize shall be awarded annually by a selection panel comprising of the Dean of School, Director of First Year Studies and the Topic Coordinator of INTR1006 International Relations: An Introduction.
  • The value of the prize will be $150.00.
  • The prize will be awarded on academic merit to the best student, admitted to the Bachelor of international Relations, completing INTR1006 International Relations: An Introduction.
  • In the event that more than one recipient is judged to be of sufficient merit to receive the prize, the prize shall be shared equally.

The Bet Roffey Memorial Prize in International Business

  • The Bet Roffey Memorial Prize in International Business shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize will be $200.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the best student graduating from the MBA (International Business) degree.
  • The winner of the prize will be based on the overall grade awarded to students. In the case where multiple students receive the same grade, the topic coordinator will elect one of the students as the winner.

The Bill Brugger Prize

  • The Bill Brugger Prize shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize shall be $500
  • In the case of that more than one student is eligible then, the prize will be split evenly between those students.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the best student completing Honours in International Relations, Political Studies or Public Policy.

The Bob Wallace Prize in Macroeconomics

  • The Bob Wallace Prize in Macroeconomics may be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize shall be $250.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the student achieving the best results in topic BUSN1008 Introductory Macroeconomics.
  • The winner of the prize will be based on the overall grade awarded to students. In the case where multiple students receive the same grade, the topic coordinator will elect one of the students as the winner.

The Cengage Prize in International Human Resource Management

  • The Prize shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize will be a $200 book voucher.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the best student in topic BUSN3050 International Human Resource Management.
  • The winner of the prize will be based on the overall grade awarded to students. In the case where multiple students receive the same grade, the topic coordinator will elect one of the students as the winner.

The Cengage Prize in Quantitative Methods

  • The Prize shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • Two prizes will be awarded.
  • The value of each prize will be a $150 book voucher.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the two most outstanding students in BUSN1009 Quantitative Methods.
  • The winner of the prizes will be based on the overall grade awarded to students. In the case where multiple students receive the same grade, the topic coordinator will elect one of the students as the winner.

The CPA Australia Prizes in Accounting

  • The CPA Australia Prizes in Accounting (three prizes) shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • One prize awarded to the best student completing BUSN9113 Accounting Fundamentals, ($300).
  • The Second prize for the best student graduating in the Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) ($300).
  • The third prize will be awarded to the best student in BUSN3047 Company Accounting ($350).
  • The winner of the prizes will be based on the overall grade awarded to students. In the case where multiple students receive the same grade, the topic coordinator will elect one of the students as the winner.

The CPA Young Professionals Network Prizes

  • The CPA Young Professionals Network Prizes (two prizes) shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • One prize to the value of $200, shall be awarded for the best student completing the topic BUSN1001 Accounting Principles.
  • The other prize, valued at $200, shall be awarded to the best student completing the topic BUSN1002 Financial Accounting Processes.
  • The winner of the prizes will be based on the overall grade awarded to students. In the case where multiple students receive the same grade, the topic coordinator will elect one of the students as the winner.

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (South Australian Office) Prize in International Trade Policy

  • The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (South Australian Office) Prize in International Trade Policy shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, for a period of five years.
  • The value of the prize shall be $250.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the best student in the topic BUSN3056 International Trade.
  • The winner of the prize will be based on the overall grade awarded to students. In the case where multiple students receive the same grade, the topic coordinator will elect one of the students as the winner.

The Economic Society of Australia (SA) Prize in Managerial Economics

  • The Economic Society of Australia (SA) Prize in Managerial Economics shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, until further notice.
  • The value of the prize shall be $350.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the best student in BUSN2043 Managerial Economics.
  • The winner of the prize will be based on the overall grade awarded to students. In the case where multiple students receive the same grade, the topic coordinator will elect one of the students as the winner.

The Economic Society of Australia (SA) Prize in Macroeconomics

  • The Economic Society of Australia (SA) Prize in Macroeconomics shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, until further notice.
  • The value of the prize shall be $350. The prize shall be awarded to the best student in BUSN2040 Macroeconomics.
  • The winner of the prize will be based on the overall grade awarded to students. In the case where multiple students receive the same grade, the topic coordinator will elect one of the students as the winner.

The Elaine MW Martin Prize

  • The Elaine MW Martin Prize shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize shall be $250.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the best student completing the Master of Social Work (Graduate Entry) in the School of Social and Policy Studies.

The Evelyn Antoinette Shlomowitz Prize

  • The Evelyn Antoinette Shlomowitz Prize shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize shall be $100.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the student with the most outstanding performance in the first year of the Bachelor of Social Work and Social Planning.

The Gery Beswick Memorial Prize

This prize has been established from contributions by friends, family and colleagues to commemorate Gery Beswick, a student, research assistant and part-time tutor in Psychology from 1978 to 1990.

  • The Gery Beswick Memorial Prize shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize shall be $100.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the mature age female student who achieves the best results in Third Year Psychology.
  • For the purpose of this prize mature age is defined as thirty years of age or over. 

Greek Orthodox Community of SA Inc - Con Marinos AM Prizes

  • There will be two prizes, each to the value of $500.
  • Each faculty will offer one prize to the value of $500. The prizes will be administered jointly by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences and the Faculty of Education, Humanities and Law.
  • The prizes will be awarded annually commencing 2001.
  • Students enrolled in an undergraduate degree (including the cross-faculty Bachelor of Arts), offered by the two relevant faculties, will be invited to nominate for a prize based on an outstanding piece of work submitted during the current academic year.
  • Nominations for the prizes will be called for in November of the given year.
  • The selection committee will consist of no more than six members with two members appointed by the Head of Faculty from the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences and the Faculty of Education, Humanities and Law and a representative from the Greek Orthodox Community of SA Inc. The Vice-Chancellor will be asked to nominate a Chair for the selection committee.
  • The selection committee, by whatever criteria it decides, will rank the applicants in order of merit and determine the award of the prize for an outstanding piece of work on a subject related to one of the following areas: ethnicity, racism, human rights, multiculturalism, social justice. In the event of there being two or more outstanding pieces of work of equal merit, the prize would be shared equally by the candidates. No award will be made if the selection committee determines that there is no candidate of sufficient merit.

The Institute of Public Administration Australia Prizes

  • The Institute of Public Administration Australia Prizes shall be awarded annually by the Faculty Education Committee and the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • One prize shall be awarded to the best student of the Flinders Institute of Public Policy and Management completing a masters degree within the Graduate Program in Public Administration. The value of this prize shall be $200.
  • The other prize shall be awarded to the best student in topic POLI2011 Australian Public Policy: Applications, Issues and Dilemmas. The value of this prize shall be $150.

International Business Context Student of the Year Awards, contributed by Max Smith

  • The prize shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize will be $200.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the student gaining the highest overall mark in BUSN2019 International Business Context.
  • The winner of the prize will be based on the overall grade awarded to students. In the case where multiple students receive the same grade, the topic coordinator will elect one of the students as the winner.

The James Millar Main Prizes in History

These prizes were funded by income from the James Millar Main Memorial Fund which was established by Council in September 1984 with donations from colleagues, students and friends to commemorate the name of James Millar Main, Reader in History and a member of the History staff from 1966 to 1984. The following rules shall apply to the prizes:

  • The James Millar Main Prizes in History shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • One prize shall be awarded to the best student completing honours in history. The value of this prize shall be $250.
  • The other prize shall be awarded to the student completing the major sequence in History with the best results in the final 9 units of Year 3 HIST coded topics. The value of this prize shall be $150.

The Jan Lucas Prize in Sociological Theory

  • The Jan Lucas Prize in Sociological Theory shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize will be determined each year by the Faculty on the recommendation of the Department of Sociology. The department's recommendation will follow discussions with the Business Manager and will depend on income available in the fund account each year.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the mature-age female student who achieves the best result in topic SOCI2002 Love, Death and Power: An Introduction to Sociological Theory or, in a year when the topic is not offered, in the topic SOCI2003 Shaping the Future: Social Change in the New Century. This decision will be made by the Faculty Education Committee on the recommendation of the department.
  • For the purpose of this prize mature-age is defined as 28 years of age or over.

The Jo Baulderstone Prize (for Master of Public Administration Students)

  • The prize will be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize will be $300.
  • The prize will be awarded annually to the best student completing the Master of Public Administration within the Flinders Graduate Program in Public Administration.
  • The prize will be awarded to the student who achieves the highest aggregate result in the course. Part-time students will be eligible in the year in which they complete the course. The prize will be awarded to one student only.

The Jo Baulderstone Prize (for Master of Public Administration (Management) Students)

  • The prize will be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize will be $300.
  • The prize will be awarded annually to the best student completing the Master of Public Administration (Management) within the Flinders Graduate Program in Public Administration.
  • The prize will be awarded to the student who achieves the highest aggregate result in the course. Part-time students will be eligible in the year in which they complete the course. The prize will be awarded to one student only.

The Jo Baulderstone Prize (for Master of Public Administration (Policy) Students)

  • The prize will be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize will be $300.
  • The prize will be awarded annually to the best student completing the Master of Public Administration (Policy) within the Flinders Graduate Program in Public Administration.
  • The prize will be awarded to the student who achieves the highest aggregate result in the course. Part-time students will be eligible in the year in which they complete the course. The prize will be awarded to one student only.

The Jo Baulderstone Prize (for Master of Public Policy and Management Students)

  • The prize will be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize will be $300.
  • The prize will be awarded annually to the best student completing the Master of Public Policy and Management within the Flinders Graduate Program in Public Administration.
  • The prize will be awarded to the student who achieves the highest aggregate result in the course. Part-time students will be eligible in the year in which they complete the course. The prize will be awarded to one student only.

The John Wiley & Sons Marketing Prize

  • The Prize shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize will be a $250 book voucher.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the best student in BUSN1022 Marketing Principles.
  • The winner of the prize will be based on the overall grade awarded to students. In the case where multiple students receive the same grade, the topic coordinator will elect one of the students as the winner.

The John Wiley and Sons Organisational Behaviour Prize

  • The Prize shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • Two prizes will be awarded.
  • The value of each prize will be a $150 book voucher.
  • The first prize is awarded to the best overall student in BUSN1021 Organisational Behaviour.
  • The second prize is awarded to the best international student in BUSN1021 Organisational Behaviour.
  • The winners of the prizes will be based on the overall grade awarded to students. In the case where multiple students receive the same grade, the topic coordinator will elect one of the students as the winner.

The Keith Hancock Prize in Economics for Business

  • The Keith Hancock Prize in Economics for Business may be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize shall be $250.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the student achieving the best results in topic BUSN1013 Economics for Business.
  • The winner of the prize will be based on the overall grade awarded to students. In the case where multiple students receive the same grade, the topic coordinator will elect one of the students as the winner.

The Michael Wills Prize in Politics

  • The Michael Wills Prize in Politics shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize shall be $100.
  • The Michael Wills Prize shall be awarded to the student who achieves the best overall result in any two first year topics taken in the current academic year which satisfy the first level requirements of the major sequence in politics.

The Pearson Prize in E-Business

  • The Prize shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize will be a $200 book voucher.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the best student in BUSN3027 E-Business.
  • The winner of the prize will be based on the overall grade awarded to students. In the case where multiple students receive the same grade, the topic coordinator will elect one of the students as the winner.

The Pearson Prize in Management, People and Organisation

  • The Prize shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • Two prizes will be awarded.
  • The value of each prize will be a $150 book voucher.
  • The first prize is awarded to the best overall student in BUSN1012 Management, People and Organisation.
  • The second prize is awarded to the best international student in BUSN1012 Management, People and Organisation.
  • The winners of the prizes will be based on the overall grade awarded to students. In the case where multiple students receive the same grade, the topic coordinator will elect one of the students as the winner.

The Pitcher Partners Prize in Financial Accounting Issues

  • The Prize shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize shall be $500.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the student achieving the best result in BUSN2036 Financial Accounting Issues.
  • The winner of the prize will be based on the overall grade awarded to students. In the case where multiple students receive the same grade, the topic coordinator will elect one of the students as the winner.

The RG Brown Prize

This prize has been funded by donations for the purpose of honouring Emeritus Professor RG Brown who retired at the end of 1989 after almost 25 years as Head of the School of Social Administration.

  • The RG Brown Prize may be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences.
  • The value of the prize will be $250 or such other sum as the School of Social and Policy Studies may recommend.
  • The prize shall be awarded to the student who achieves the best aggregate results in the final year of the course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Social Work and Social Planning. Part-time students will be eligible in the year in which they complete the course.

The SA Department for Correctional Services Award

  • The SA Department for Correctional Services Award will be awarded annually by a Selection Committee comprising two academic staff members of the School of Social Work and a nominee of the SA Department for Correctional Services.
  • The value of the award shall be $250.
  • The award will be made to a student enrolled in the course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Social Work and Social Planning.
  • The work to be considered for the award may be either: (a) an essay or a piece of research which focuses on social work in the criminal justice system; or (b) a relevant fieldwork placement yielding some tangible and lasting outcome.

The Susan Gunner Memorial Prize in Business Forecasting

  • The prize shall be awarded annually by the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
  • The value of the prize will be $150.
  • The winner of the prize will be based on the overall grade awarded to students. In the case where multiple students receive the same grade, the topic coordinator will elect one of the students as the winner.