High achievers recognised
11 May 2022 | News
Georgia Hill was one of a group of high academic performers recognised last week.
The second-year Bachelor of Viticulture and Oenology student performed well in her NCEA exams while at school to earn a Lincoln University Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship for Excellence.
She was one of six recipients of the scholarship, all at varying stages of their study careers, presented with certificates by Vice-Chancellor Professor Grant Awards to mark their achievements. Four others were not able to attend.
Up to four of the scholarships are available each year for students who have gained high academic grades in NCEA level two or equivalent, and it covers the whole degree period.
Due to COVID restrictions students had not been able to be recognised in the last two years.
Applications are open for the scholarship until August 15.
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Pictured are Scholarships and Records Advisor Sue Smart, left, Guy von Dadelszen (1st year Bachelor of Commerce (Agriculture)), Marion Dumaine (3rd year Bachelor of Science), Kaitlin Watson (4th year Bachelor of Agricultural Science), Georgia, Sean Farrell (1st year Bachelor of Agriculture), Vice-Chancellor Professor Grant Edwards, Isabella Howe (4th year Bachelor of Agricultural Science).
Unable to attend due to a field trip: Tom Crawford (2nd year Bachelor of Commerce (Agriculture)), Callum Jamie (2nd year Bachelor of Agricultural Science), Reece Michelle (2nd year Bachelor of Agricultural Science), and Heidi Allan (1st year Bachelor of Science).