J N McNicol Prize

This prize is presented annually to a graduating student. The selection panel look for someone with an outstanding academic record in a bachelor degree course who displays leadership potential and initiative. The prize consists of a monetary amount (determined by RMIT Foundation fund each year), a prize certificate and medal. The prize is presented at ceremony.

Mr McNicol joined the staff of the Working Men's College in 1886. At the time of his retirement in 1936 he was secretary to the institute's Board of Studies. He gave constant encouragement and assistance to students at the institute. The J N McNicol Prize was donated by his friend Mr E J Reilly.

More information

J N McNicol Prize Register - 7.36.2.1

Selection

The J N McNicol Prize is awarded annually to a student graduating with a first undergraduate qualification in any school of the Higher Education Sector of RMIT.

The award is based on academic excellence and leadership potential and initiative.

Recipients

Year

Student

Faculty/School - College

2017

Jessica Borg

Property Construction and Project Management – DSC College

2016

Amrit Singh Sandhu

Civil, Environmental and Chemical Engineering – SEH College

2015

Jean-Luc Joseph Tambasco

School of Electrical and Computer Engineering – SEH College

2014

Ricardo Saracoglu

School of Economics, Finance and Marketing – BUS College

2013

Bethany Jane Edgoose

School of Global, Urban and Social Studies – DSC College

2012

Ella Rose Mares Colley

School of Global Studies, Social Science and Planning – DSC College

2011

Johanna Louise Austin

School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering – College of Science, Engineering and Health

2010

Anthony Ian McCann

School of Electrical and Computer Engineering – College of Science, Engineering and Health

2009

Kiplimo Yego

School of Electrical and Computer Engineering – College of Science, Engineering and Technology

2008

Justin Roxley Woolley

School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering – College of Science, Engineering and Technology

2007

Jillian Jane Charlwood

Applied Communication – College of Design and Social Context

2007

Tony Tanoyo

Electrical and Computer Engineering – College of Science, Engineering and Technology

2006

Christopher Robert Chapman

Computer Science and Information Technology – College of Science, Engineering and Technology

2005

Miles Anton Johnson

Computer Science and information Technology – College of Science, Engineering and Technology

2004

Damon Craig

Engineering

2003

Gabrielle Stannus

The Constructed Environment

2002

John Papandriopoulos

Engineering/Applied Science

2001

Nicholas Halfpenny

The Constructed Environment

2000

Mark Amott

Engineering

1999

Lisa Harris

Art, Design and Communication

1998

Leigh Mollison

Engineering

1997

Bevan Damm

Engineering

1996

Marie Smyth and

Robyn Taylor

Art & Design

Engineering

1995

Felizes Sangalang

Engineering

1994

Elaine Quah

Engineering

1993

Natalie Plumstead

Environmental Design and Construction

1992

Heiko Rudolph

Engineering

1988

Colin Vickery

Applied Social Sciences and Communications

1987

Ann-Marie Elliot and

Veronica Podolak

Applied Science

Business

1986

Jonathan D'Cruz

Engineering

1985

Michael Waller

Engineering

1984

Ronald McLean

Engineering

1983

John Tidey

Applied Social Sciences and Communications

1982

Sophia Couzos

Applied Science

1981

John Taylor

Engineering

1980

Christine Harvey

Business

1979

Murray Scott

Engineering

1978

John Monaghan

Engineering

1977

Robert Elliman

Applied Science

1976

Andrew Grubb

Engineering