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Peter Scott Prize in Second-year Geography

The Peter Scott Prizes in Geography were established by staff, associates and former students of Professor Peter Scott, formerly Professor of Geography, Pro-Vice Chancellor and on occasions Acting Vice Chancellor of the University, in appreciation of his academic leadership and long and distinguished service to the University during the period of 1952 to 1982.



Awarded to the student with the highest aggregate mark in second year units core to the majors of Geography and Environment. Students must have obtained at least Distinction results and not previously undertaken the units.