Studies in Religion at UQ Essay Prizes
  • Winners are collectively determined by Studies in Religion staff from essays submitted in each semester. Prizes ($100) are awarded in each semester for:
    • Most outstanding essay submitted for a 1000 level course (must be a minimum of 1800 words)
    • Most outstanding essay submitted for a 2000/3000 level course (must be a minimum of 2500 words)
  • Past winners
 

 
The Michael Lattke Prize in New Testament Studies and Christian Theology (established 2013)
  • Emeritus Professor Michael Lattke and Dr Irmtraud Petersson intend to donate $1000 annually for up to five (5) years to The University of Queensland to support the Michael Lattke Prize in New Testament Studies and Christian Theology in the School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry.
  • The purpose of the Prize is to encourage the pursuit of excellence in this discipline and to support students who are studying the New Testament, early Christianity, and Christian Theology.
  • Past winners
 

 
The Theosophical Society Perennial Philosophy Prize
  • The Theosophical Society Perennial Philosophy Prize is sponsored by the National Council of the Theosophical Society in Australia. The annual prize will be divided into an undergraduate and postgraduate (including Honours) component. The winner of each component will be awarded $750.
  • The prize is for a student working on any aspect of the Perennial Philosophy in its Eastern and Western traditions.
  • Past winners
 

 
The Hugh Owen Prize
  • Each year the South Asian Studies Association (SASA) offers the Hugh Owen prize for the best undergraduate essay in South Asian studies.
 

Past Winners

 
Studies in Religion at UQ Essay Prize Winners
 
Semester 2, 2015
Chara Scroope [1000 level]
Sophie Ryan [2000 level]
Maggie Barron [3000 level]
 
Semester 1, 2015
Siyuan Jabelle Lu [1000 level]
Grace Townsend [2000 level]
Jessica White [3000 level]
 
Semester 2, 2014
Toby Tan de Souza [1000 level]
Maggie Barron [2000 level]
Kristy Davies [3000 level]
 
Semester 1, 2014
Mitchell Green [1000 level]
Jacqueline Rodgers [2000 level]
 
Semester 1, 2013
Abbie (Sreyneth) Taing [1000 level]
Lachlan Summers [2000 level]
 
Semester 2, 2012
Amanda Hurley [1000 level]
Sophie Georgeson [2000 level]
Neal Apel [3000 level]
 
Semester 1, 2012
Caitlin Rosenthal [1000 level]
Rachel Quilligan & Neal Apel [2000 level] 
 

 
The Michael Lattke Prize in New Testament Studies and Christian Theology Winners
 
2014 - Dianne Crowther
2013 - Dr Anne Klose
 

 
The Theosophical Society Perennial Philosophy Prize Winners
 
2014 - Neal Apel (postgraduate) & Jacqueline Rodgers (undergraduate)

 

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