Business School students shine at PACE awards

Business School students shine at PACE awards

Business School students shine at PACE awards

More than 25 Macquarie Business School students were awarded prizes for their participation in Macquarie University’s award-winning Professional and Community Engagement (PACE) program.

The annual Professor Judyth Sachs PACE Prize was established by Emeritus Professor Judyth Sachs to acknowledge and reward students for outstanding achievement in a PACE activity, project or internship. Prize winners receive $500 each and the prize is recorded on the academic transcript and Australian Higher Education Graduate Statement.

This year’s awards were held on 7 August. Congratulations to all our outstanding winners from the Business School:

Winner – Short Activity

Claire Bowyer

FOBE300 – Student Leadership in Community Engagement

Mahboba’s Promise Incorporated

Joint Winner - Long Activity

Elijah Rayner, Ryan Wherrett, Arti Chopra

MGMT301 – Applied Leadership Project

Scouts NSW

Joint Winner – Long Activity

Hayden Rolls, Timothy Wells, Sayuri Rimal, Daniel Polkinghorne

MGMT301 – Applied Leadership Project


Leadership Award - Recommended for Hayden Rolls

Joint Winner – Long Activity

John Veepanat George, Anneliese Cooper, Paris Smith-Davies, Sarandeep Hothi,

Conor Dixon

ECON381 – Current Issues in Economics

Australian Society of Authors

Highly Commended - Short Activity

Ryan Katz, Adam Israel, Daniel Chalouhi, Sema Ismen

MGMT311 – Entrepreneurship Project

The Big Issue

Highly Commended – Long Activity (joint)

Callum McAlphine, Dave Charity, Luiza Guilani, Yasmine Abdalla, Timothy Wyllie

BBA360 – Business Project

Parent Line NSW

Highly Commended – Long Activity (Joint)

Galia Corvera-Kravzov, Junlin Zeng, Jia Hui Ouyang, Isabel Gilder, Alkin Kalyon

ECON381 – Current issues in Economics

Australian Publishers Association

Leadership Award – recommended for Galia Corvera-Kravzov

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