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SAMSS Awards Night

Introduction

On Thursday 11 April 2002 the School of Humanities, Communications and Social Sciences held its annual Awards Night in the Bistro at the Monash Gippsland Campus. Award winners and friends were welcomed by the Head of School, Professor Harry Ballis and the Pro Vice-Chancellor of Monash Gippsland, Professor Brian Mackenzie, who delivered an address to the award winners. Awards were presented for academic excellence in various School courses.

In addition to the School course awards, two other awards were presented, the Head of School's Award for general academic excellence and contributions to School life and the Tempo award. Catherine Cochrane received the Head of School's award and Tonya Cairns the Tempo award. The Tempo award is a special award donated by Tempo, a leading Indonesian current affairs journal. The award comprises of a return airfare to Jakarta, a ten thousand dollar living allowance, and a working assignment for up to one semester with Tempo.


1. The Head of School, Prof. Harry Ballis, welcomes the award winners and their friends to the School Awards Night.


2. Pro-Vice Chancellor of Monash University Gippsland Campus, Prof. Brian Mackenzie, addresses the award winners and their friends.


3. & 4. The award winners and their friends.


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5. Dr Keith Wilson reads out the award winners.


6. Daphne Seah receives the On Campus Bachelor of Arts (Communications) award.


7. Catherine Cochrane receives the Head of School award and the On Campus Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) award.


8. Marjorie Cardwell receives the Distance Education Bachelor of Arts (Communications) award.


9. Margaret Proudfoot receives the On Campus Bachelor of Social Welfare award.


10. Jade Bucknall receives the Diploma of Foundation Studies award.


11. Yvonne Joyce receives the On Campus Bachelor of Arts award.


12. & 13. Tonya Cairns receives the Tempo award.


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14. Musician, Lee Thomas, entertains the audience.


15. The Head of School, Prof. Harry Ballis and Margaret Proudfoot, winner of the On Campus Bachelor of Social Welfare award.


16. The Head of School, Prof. Harry Ballis and Marjorie Cardwell, winner of the Distance Education Bachelor of Arts (Communications) award.


17. The Head of School, Prof. Harry Ballis and Yvonne Joyce, winner of the On Campus Bachelor of Arts award.


18. The Head of School, Prof. Harry Ballis and Daphne Seah, winner of the On Campus Bachelor of Arts (Communications) award.


19. The Head of School, Prof. Harry Ballis and Catherine Cochrane, winner of the Head of School's award and the On Campus Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) award.


20. The Head of School, Prof. Harry Ballis and Jade Bucknall, winner of the Diploma of Foundation Studies award.


21. The Head of School, Prof. Harry Ballis and Shirley Wright, winner of the Distance Education Bachelor of Arts award.


22. The Head of School, Prof. Harry Ballis and Tonya Cairns, winner of the Tempo award.


23. & 24. The Head of School, Prof. Harry Ballis and the award winners.
[Standing: Left to right] Prof. Harry Ballis, Catherine Cochrane, Daphne Seah, Margaret Poudfoot, Yvonne Joyce, Tonya Cairns.
[Seated: Left to right] Shirley Wright, Jade Bucknall, Marjorie Cardwell.


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