B.J. Dalton Prize in Politics

History of the prize

This prize was founded in 1993 by an endowment from colleagues and friends of the late Emeritus Professor B.J. Dalton to commemorate his efforts in establishing Politics as a discipline at James Cook University. The prize is awarded to the College of Arts, Society and Education student who obtains the highest overall result in the Politics subject PL1001 The Political World : An Introduction to Political Science

Donor

College of Arts, Society and Education - Social Sciences

Prize Information

Awarded to the College of Arts, Society and Education student who obtains the highest overall result in the Politics subject PL1001 The Political World : An Introduction to Political Science

$200

2020 - Adrian Scott Bolton

2019 - Kirsten Louise Bekkers

2018 - Alison Louise Sheaves

2017 - Bronwyn Denyse Brosnan