SENG SA invites undergraduate students of all engineering disciplines to apply for the annual Student Environmental Engineering and Sustainability Award.
The Award recognises projects that embody a sustainability ethic and best-practice engineering. The SA winner is selected in accordance with the National Criteria.
The winning student(s) receive a certificate, and entry into the National Student Environmental Engineering and Sustainability Award.
Entries are accepted from all South Australian universities, including:
- Flinders University
- The University of Adelaide
- The University of South Australia
Entries close on November 31st of each year. The application deadline for projects completed in 2017 has been extended, contact the SA Committee asap if you are interested in making a submission.
For more information, or to enter, please contact the SA Committee.
|2016||Nick Anstey, Jase Berry, Dylan Spillane||Manufacturing Strategies for Cookstoves in Developing Countries||The University of Adelaide|
|2015||Peter Golding, Sam Kapadia, Stella Naylor, Jonathon Schulz||A Framework for the Development of Optimal Trade Strategies for Mitigating the Impact of Shocks on Global Food Security||The University of Adelaide|
|2014||Jonathan Piper, Rodrigo Rodrigues, Sidharth Bhattacharya, Siti Wilson||Renewable Power from Scrap Materials||The University of Adelaide|
|2013||Harrison Evans, Anthony Liew, Mark Padovan, Michael Watchman||Solar Thermal/UV Water Treatment for Humanitarian Use||The University of Adelaide|
* The years listed are those in which the projects were completed; awards were presented early the following year.