JCU honoured and celebrated the academic achievements of Indigenous students at the Inaugural Indigenous Undergraduate Student Awards night held 31 October 2017.
The academic awards were presented to students from each of JCU’s six Colleges and the Diploma of Higher Education. Two ‘Spirit’ awards were presented to students who had shown exceptional strength and resilience to overcome setbacks and persist with their studies.
These awards are designed to reward and encourage Indigenous students’ efforts to persist and succeed. The celebration provides an inspiring showcase to other Indigenous students and to our many supporters across the JCU community, the Indigenous community, across education, Industry and government sectors, and the community at large.
We congratulate the 2017 recipients of the Student Awards.
College of Arts, Society and Education
- Irene Robinson, Bachelor of Arts (Cairns)
- Jaime Ahwang, Bachelor of Social Work (Cairns)
College of Business, Law and Governance
- Ben Toborek, Bachelor of Business (External)
- Kylie Arlidge, Bachelor of Laws (Cairns)
College of Science and Engineering
- Shenade Muller, Bachelor of Science (Townsville)
- Hetty McLaughlin, Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Townsville)
College of Healthcare Sciences
- Clarissa Marrinan, Bachelor of Nursing Science-Bachelor of Midwifery (Townsville)
- Jefferson Mobbs, Bachelor of Exercise Physiology (Cairns)
College of Medicine and Dentistry
- Sapphire Watkinson, Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (Townsville)
- Liam White, Bachelor of Dental Surgery (Cairns)
College of Public Health, Medical and Veterinary Sciences
- Nicole Quin, Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Townsville)
Diploma of Higher Education
- Joanne Kaczmarek (Townsville)
- Corey Quinlan (Townsville)
- Phillip Obah, Bachelor of Arts-Bachelor of Business (Townsville)
- James Leftwich, Bachelor of Business (Cairns)