Nomination category


About this award

This award recognises a graduate who has made an outstanding contribution to empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and made a difference in strengthening cultural connections, respecting traditional rights, values and cultural heritage. This category is open to all ACU graduates that are making a difference.

Nominees for this award must demonstrate evidence of attributes that are aligned with the ACU mission, including being ethical in their behaviour, with a developed critical habit of mind, an appreciation of the sacred in life and a commitment to serving the common good.

Nominees must comply with all the following eligibility and selection criteria:

  • Australian and international graduates of ACU and predecessor institutions are eligible for this award.
  • Demonstrated significant contribution to the enrichment and benefit of the community.

About this award

Recognises an outstanding graduate who has made a significant contribution to the wellbeing of others through community and humanitarian service.

Nominees for this award must demonstrate evidence of attributes that are aligned with the ACU mission, including being ethical in their behaviour, with a developed critical habit of mind, an appreciation of the sacred in life and a commitment to serving the common good.

Nominees must comply with all the following eligibility and selection criteria:

  • Australian and international graduates of ACU and predecessor institutions are eligible for this award.
  • Demonstrated significant contribution to the enrichment and benefit of the community.
  • Demonstrated acts that reflect a selflessness in response to challenges that face the community.
  • The Community Engagement Award recognises those who have been instrumental in making a difference to the wellbeing of others through community and humanitarian service either in a domestic or international setting.

About this award

Recognises an outstanding graduate who has made a significant contribution to the wellbeing of others through community and humanitarian service.

Nominees for this award must demonstrate evidence of attributes that are aligned with the ACU mission, including being ethical in their behaviour, with a developed critical habit of mind, an appreciation of the sacred in life and a commitment to serving the common good.

Nominees must comply with all the following eligibility and selection criteria:

  • Australian and international graduates of ACU and predecessor institutions are eligible for this award.
  • Demonstrated significant contribution to the enrichment and benefit of the community.
  • Demonstrated acts that reflect a selflessness in response to challenges that face the community.
  • The Community Engagement Award recognises those who have been instrumental in making a difference to the wellbeing of others through community and humanitarian service either in a domestic or international setting.

About this award

Recognises an outstanding graduate who has made a significant contribution to the wellbeing of others through community and humanitarian service.

Nominees for this award must demonstrate evidence of attributes that are aligned with the ACU mission, including being ethical in their behaviour, with a developed critical habit of mind, an appreciation of the sacred in life and a commitment to serving the common good.

Nominees must comply with all the following eligibility and selection criteria:

  • Australian and international graduates of ACU and predecessor institutions are eligible for this award.
  • Demonstrated significant contribution to the enrichment and benefit of the community.
  • Demonstrated acts that reflect a selflessness in response to challenges that face the community.
  • The Community Engagement Award recognises those who have been instrumental in making a difference to the wellbeing of others through community and humanitarian service either in a domestic or international setting.

About this award

Recognises a graduate who is 35 years or younger at the time of nomination whose early accomplishments since graduation have led to a high level of achievement in their professional field or community engagement.

Nominees for this award must demonstrate evidence of attributes that are aligned with the ACU mission, including being ethical in their behaviour, with a developed critical habit of mind, an appreciation of the sacred in life and a commitment to serving the common good.

 Nominees must comply with all the following eligibility and selection criteria:

  • Be aged 35 or under at the time of nomination.
  • Australian and international graduates of ACU and predecessor institutions are eligible for this award.
  • Has demonstrated an ongoing high level of achievement in their profession or community service since graduating.

Nominator's contact information


Please attach the nominee’s Curriculum Vitae

Please ensure the curriculum vitae contains academic qualifications (include qualifications awarded to the nominee by other educational institutions) and the nominee’s career since graduation. Nominations may also include supporting evidence: awards, publications, or media coverage.


Referee

Please provide the name and address of a referee who may be contacted to support this nomination. Referees are expected to maintain confidentiality regarding the nomination.

Please note: the nominator and the referee cannot be the same person. If the referee is an ACU staff member please provide an additional external referee.


Referee – External

If the primary referee is an ACU staff member please provide an additional external referee.

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