Leadership in Sustainability Prize
ENTRIES for the 2015 Leadership in Sustainability Prize will open on 3 July 2014.
The prize recognises individuals and/or groups demonstrating exceptional leadership and an outstanding contribution to the advancement of sustainability of the built environment. Entrants can be nominated or may apply (self-nominate) for this prize.
Nominations should meet the following criteria:
- creation of and advancement of knowledge through research and education
- development and deployment of effective advocacy and policy
- development and implementation of effective practice
- engagement of industry and the community with this knowledge, advocacy pr practice
How do I enter?
Please click here to enter via the online entry system, or to nominate someone you think should be recognised for their contribution to the advancement of sustainability of the built environment.
To enter via the online entry system, or to nominate someone you think should be recognised for their contribution to the advancement of sustainability of the built environment.
A statement of excellence addressing one or more of the above criteria.
Curriculum vitae of no more than two A4 pages, which describe the nominee’s educational qualifications, relevant, career history and experience.
The name and contact details of a minimum of two nominees, or referees, with declaration of interest.
The Jury assessing applications will be appointed by the President on behalf of National Council and comprise of:
- Institute National President or nominee (Chair) - Paul Berkemeier
- Institute National Sustainability Committee Chair - Anthony Nolan
- Prominent practicing architect or academic - Emma Young, PHOOEY
- Allied industry or government representative - Daniel Grollo, GROCON
The prize certificate will be presented to the winner at the Institute’s Australian Achievement in Architecture Awards (AAAA), March 2014.
2013 Daniel Grollo; 2012 Prof Rob Adams & the City Design Division; 2011 Paul Pholeros, Healthabitat; 2010 Tony Arnel
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William J Mitchell International Committee Prize
ENTRIES FOR THE 2015 PRIZE WILL OPEN ON THURSDAY 17 JULY 2014.
The William J Mitchell International Committee Prize is awarded annually in recognition of a significant contribution to architecture internationally. The prize seeks to honour Australians who have made a significant contribution to the profession, study or advancement of architecture beyond our shores.
Entrants may be of any nationality, based in Australia or overseas and an architect or allied professional. It is not essential to be an Institute member in order to enter this award. The entry cannot be a project, and although group entries are accepted, individual entrants are preferred.
Nominations may be received from the entrant, any Institute member or any member of the International Area Committee. Submissions must be made via the online entry system.
Judging of all nominations will be conducted by the International Area Committee at their annual face to face meeting.
Entries open on Thursday 18 July, and close on 5pm AEST Thursday 5 September 2013.
The Prize will be presented by the Chair of the International Area Committee at the Australian Achievement in Architecture Awards (AAAA) in March 2014
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Dulux Study Tour
ENTRIES FOR THE 2015 TOUR WILL OPEN ON THURSDAY 24 JULY 2014.
The shortlist has been selected, click here for the full list.
The Dulux Study Tour recognises and rewards emerging architects for their contribution to architectural practice, education, design excellence and community involvement.
The Dulux Study Tour provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity through an intensive visit for young architects - who are clearly intending to be leaders in our profession - to gain exposure to leading architectural practices and visit recent projects overseas.
Entries are now open for the 2014 Dulux Study Tour, and will close on Thursday 19 Septemeber 2013.
Entry is pen to all architects and graduates of architecture of up to 10 years from graduation of the two-tier or five year Bachelor of Architecture degree. It is only open to Australian citizens/residents and New Zealand citizens residing in Australia. It is not mandatory that entrants are Australian Institute of Architects members.
Entrants may be nominated by an employer or self-nominate if they are self-employed. The nominating employer must be an Australian Institute of Architects member. Self-nominees must be an Australian Institute of Architects member, and will be required to supply additional supporting documentation.
The prize will be awarded to five emerging architects on the basis of their individual contributions to:
- Architectural practice
- Design excellence
- Community involvement
Paul Berkemeier, Chair
Phil White, Dulux
John Dimoglides, Exsulite
Scott Colgate, Past Study Tour participant
Jacqui O’Connor, EmAGN Chair
Bernadette Wilson, National Prizes Manager
For full terms and conditions, please click here.
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Neville Quarry Architectural Education Prize
ENTRIES FOR THE 2015 PRIZE WILL OPEN ON THURSDAY 28 AUGUST 2014.
The Neville Quarry Architectural Education Prize recognises the significance of architectural education in the promotion and improvement of the built environment. The Prize recognises an outstanding contribution in architectural education in one or more areas of: teaching, scholarship, research, leadership and community engagement in both the higher education and wider community forums. The Prize is awarded annually although the jury has discretion not to make an award where there is no nomination of appropriate merit in any year.
The Prize maintains an emphasis on significant contributions to architectural education, and recognises an outstanding career within academia.
Individuals and/or groups of individuals who have contributed to architectural education in Australia can nominate or self-nominate for this prize. The online entry form must be completed with the following details;
- A statement of excellence addressing one or more of the selection criteria (teaching, research, community engagement, scholarship, leadership). The statement should be a maximum of 1 x A4 page and be in a format suitable for publication.
- A curriculum vitae of no more than two A4 pages referencing the nominee's/applicant's educational qualifications, career history and teaching positions and experience (where applicable).
- Contact information of two referees/nominators. If you are self-nominating please provide the contact information of two referees. If you are nominating someone please provide contact information of two nominators.
- An image of yourself or the group.
The jury is appointed by the National President and will comprise:
- National President - Paul Berkemeier (Chair)
- Chair of the National Education Committee - Stephen Loo
- AASA President or nominee - Uwe Reiger
- SONA President or nominee - Angus Hardwick
- A prominent practitioner or academic - Shane Murray
Terms of reference.
- 2013 winner Peter Corrigan, RMIT University
- 2012 winner Shane Murray, Monash University
- 2012 commendation David O’Brien, University of Melbourne
- 2011 winner Associate Professor Anna Rubbo, University of Sydney
- 2011 commendation Barry McNeill, Tasmania
- 2010 Professor Gordon Holden, Griffith University
- 2010 commendation Associate Professor Samer Akkach, University of Adelaide
- 2008 Professor Graham Brawn, University of Melbourne
- 2007 joint winners Bill Busfield, University of Western Australia, and Dr Paula Whitman, Queensland University of Technology
- 2006 Professor Deo Prasad, University of New South Wales
- 2005 Professor Leon van Schaik, RMIT University
- 2005 commendation Dr Anna Rubbo, University of Sydney
- 2004 Rory Spence, University of Tasmania
- 2004 joint commendation David Morris and Nick Opie, University of South Australia
- 2003 joint winners Errol Tout and Stephen Parkin, Curtin University of Technology
- 2002 Professor Lindsay Johnston, University of Newcastle
- 2001 Professor Jennifer Taylor, Queensland University of Technology
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