Jim Keeffe Prize for Aboriginal and Islander History

History of the prize

This prize was founded in 1989 with an endowment from colleagues and friends of the late Senator Jim Keeffe to commemorate his services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The prize is awarded to the College of Arts, Society and Education student enrolled in a level 2 or level 3 history subject who is deemed to have produced the most outstanding assignment on an Indigenous or Islander history topic .

Donor

College of Arts, Society and Education - Humanities

Prize Information

Awarded to the College of Arts, Society and Education student enrolled in a level 2 or level 3 history subject who is deemed to have produced the most outstanding assignment on an Indigenous or Islander history topic .

$300

2021 - Samantha Linda Cranwell

2019 - Stuart William Hodgson

2018 - Joshua Andrew Calman

2017 - Joshua Andrew Calman