Every year Archaeology awards a range of prizes to outstanding students for their achievements within the undergraduate and graduate programs. Many of these awards are sponsored by our generous Industry Partners, for whose continuing support we are extremely grateful.

The ArchSoc Andrew Allen-Farr Award
Awarded by Flinders Archaeological Society (ArchSoc) members to the person whom they consider to have made the most outstanding contribution to ArchSoc that year.
The Ruth and Vincent Megaw Award for Outstanding Collaboration in Archaeological Research and Practice
Awarded to a team of two or more members of the Flinders Archaeological Society (ArchSoc) for outstanding collaboration in archaeological research and Practice.  Details
The Comber Consultants Prize for Archaeology and Heritage Management
Awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark for a Master of Archaeology and Heritage Management thesis in each calendar year.
The Department of Archaeology Staff Prize
Awarded to the student who achieves the best result for an Archaeology honours thesis (22.5 units) in each calendar year.
The Maritime Archaeology Staff Prize
Awarded to the student who achieves the best result for their Master of Maritime Archaeology thesis (18 units) in each calendar year.
The Master of Maritime Archaeology Alumni Prize
Awarded to the Master of Maritime Archaeology graduate who achieves the highest GPA.
The Mark Staniforth Maritime Archaeology Prize
Awarded to the student who achieves the highest GPA in either the Graduate Diploma of Maritime Archaeology or the first year of the Master of Maritime Archaeology.
The Wallis Heritage Consulting Prize
Awarded to the student enrolled in the Bachelor of Archaeology who achieves the highest mark in the core topic ARCH2106: Archaeological Field Methods.
The Integrated Heritage Services Prize
Awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark in ARCH2202 Archaeology of the First Australians or ARCH8410 Archaeology of the First Australians
The Neale Draper and Associates Graduate Student Prize
Awarded to the student with the highest GPA who has completed 36 Units (but no more than 36 units) in either the Graduate Diploma in Archaeology and Heritage Management or the Master of Archaeology and Heritage Management.
 
The Archaeometry Prize for Archaeological Geophysics
Awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark for ARCH8808 Introductory Archaeological Geophysics.
 
The Australian Cultural Heritage Management (ACHM) Prize
Awarded to the student who achieves the highest grade for ARCH2108 Cultural Heritage Management A.
[No longer offered]
The Australian Cultural Heritage Management (ACHM) Graduate Student Cultural Heritage Management Prize
Awarded to the student with the highest GPA who has completed 36 units (but no more than 36 units) in either the Graduate Diploma in Cultural Heritage Management or the Master of Cultural Heritage Management.
[No longer offered]

The Comber Consultants Prize
[No longer offered]
  
The Comber Consultants Prize in Cultural Heritage Management
Awarded to the student who achieves the highest mark for a Master of Cultural Heritage Management research project in each calendar year.
[No longer offered]
The Groundprobe Geophysics Prize for Archaeological Geophysics
Awarded to the student who achieves the highest overall result for the topic ARCH8307 Introductory Archaeological Geophysics
[No longer offered]

For details of recipients please visit: Awards and prizes