These awards are granted to highachieving students, in recognition of their academic success and overall performance in specific areas of their course. Students are nominated for these awards by the University teaching staff.
The Dixson Prize (Applied Mathematics)
Mr Robert Dixson, of Melbourne and Adelaide, made a bequest to the University in 1890 to advance sound learning in the Sciences of Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics.
For Applied Mathematics, it is awarded as three prizes, based on academic results, nominated by the Head of Mathematics and Statistics.

First Year Applied Mathematics Recipients
2018 Anand Bharadwaj 2017 Michelle Chen 2016 Kelvin Liu 2015 Benjamin Metha 2014 Patrick He 2013 Hermawan Mulyono 2012 James Clift 2011 Pham Thinh Le 2010 Dougal MacConachie Davis 2009 Andrew Wade Bennett 2008 Ahmad Issa 2007 Alexander Wiguna 2006 Samuel KhaiHo Chow 2005 Duc Huu Minh Truong 2004 James Barton 2003 Andrew TinYau Kwok 2002 Stefan Rampertshammer 2001 Peter James Hawkins 2000 Martin Elliot 2000 Maya Muthuswamy 2000 Christopher Thomas 1999 Kingston Wong 1998 Geoffrey KwaiWai Kong 1997 M Ben F McMillan 1996 WingYiu Chow 1995 Anthony Ian Wirth 1994 David Weickhardt 1993 Michelle Cunneen 1992 Seong Jiun Chen 1991 Girish Nair 1990 Gavin George Rogers 1989 Rick Manuel Micich 1988 Stephen Edward Simmons 1987 Matthew Charles Burgess 1986 Roger Emil Behrend 1986 Grant William Gorfine 1984 Rodney Julius Borg 1983 Carmelo Pisani 1979 Robert Vencel 
Second Year Applied Mathematics Recipients
2018 Benjamin Butler 2017 Kelvin Liu 2016 Lukas James Anagnostou 2015 Jayson Liu 2014 Reuben Van Ammers 2013 Joseph Lynch 2012 Aaron Chong 2011 Alexander Eugene Zarebski 2010 Andrew Wade Bennett 2009 Timothy James Trott 2008 Miss Ada Wing Chi Yan 2007 Zhihong Chen 2006 Benny Butt 2005 Alan Chang 2005 Jayne Thompson 2004 Andrew TinYau Kwok 2003 Matthew Kotros 2002 Daniel Salerno 2001 Maya Devi Muthuswamy 2000 Lori Trevaskis 1999 Scott Findlay 1998 Kai Yuen Yum 1997 Marcelle Louisa Gannon 1995 Keith Seng Mun Lee 1994 Frank Damien Calegari 1993 YoongThian Loo 1992 Girish Nair 1991 Andrew James Grhaw 1990 David Lloyd O'Brien 1989 Stephen Edward Simmons 1988 Jamie Paul Curmi 1988 Frances D'Urban Keary 1986 Martin John O'Loughlin 1985 Matthew Couch 1984 Carmelo Pisani 1983 Robert John Burns 1983 James Anthony Harland 1979 Catherine Gail Martin 
Third Year Applied Mathematics Recipients
2018 Thomas Williams 2017 Yujie Liu 2016 Timothy Brian Crowe 2015 Vincent Pang 2014 Matthew Geleta 2013 Aaron Chong 2012 Andrew Bennett 2011 Adair Cameron James Lang 2010 Jack David Hywood 2009 Valliammai Chockalingam 2008 Linden James Gearing 2007 Jason Nassios 2006 Alexander James Lee 2005 James Zhao 2004 Michael Dan 2003 Maya Muthuswamy 2002 Hiroshi Miyazaki 2001 Daniel Chung 2000 Scott Findlay 1999 Jian He 1998 Desmond Lun 1997 Simon Anthony Rodgers 1996 Simon Taylor 1995 Jason Adam Jeffers 1994 Owen Dearricott 1993 Timothy Peter Gourlay 1992 Matthew James Emerton 1991 Pak Wai Poon 1990 Dean Andrew Turner 1989 David Ban Hock Tay 1988 David Graeme Warren 1986 Tudor Richard Pope 1985 Andrew Stephen Fogden 1984 Robert John Burns 1983 James Patrick Denier 1979 John Phillip Duggan
The Dixson Prize (Pure Mathematics)
Mr Robert Dixson, of Melbourne and Adelaide, made a bequest to the University in 1890 to advance sound learning in the Sciences of Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics.
For Pure Mathematics, it is awarded as two prizes based on academic results, nominated by the Head of Mathematics and Statistics.

Second Year Pure Mathematics Recipients
2018 Michelle Chen 2017 Zhongtian Chen 2016 Benjamin Andrew Metha 2015 Jiangrong Ouyang 2014 Alan Thomas 2013 Joseph Lynch 2012 Xingyi Xu 2011 David Avrahm Wakeham 2010 Kevin Scott Fray 2009 Muhammad Adib Surani 2008 Alexander Wiguna 2007 Zhihong Chen 2006 James Wan 2005 Jayne Thompson 2004 Andrew TinYau Kwok 2003 Daniel Salerno 2002 Peter Hawkins 2001 Paul Anthony Incani 2000 Ken Yin Kwan Chan 2000 Corey Plover 2000 Lori Trevaskis 1999 Ingrid Berkelmans 1998 Benjamin Toner 1997 Charles Stewart Kemp 1996 Graeme Wilkin 1995 Frank Damien Calegari 1994 Lawrence Ip 1993 Chris Ian MacMeikan 1992 Girish Nair 1991 Steven Patrick Brumby 1990 David Lloyd O'Brien 1989 Andrew Richard Conway 1988 Matthew Charles Burgess 1986 Martin John O'Loughlin 1985 Christine Sue Mangelsdorf 1984 Kenneth Andrew Ross 1983 Robert John Burns 1979 Ewan James Barker 
Third Year Pure Mathematics Recipients
2018 Zhongtian Chen 2017 Benjamin Metha 2016 Jayson Kin Chi Liu 2015 Lochlan Brick 2014 Joseph Lynch 2014 Alan Thomas 2013 Wee Chaimanowong 2012 Dougal Davis 2011 Kevin Scott Fray 2010 Ahmad Issa 2009 Samuel KhaiHo Chow 2008 Gus Knight Schrader 2007 James Wan 2006 James Saunderson 2005 Nicholas Sheridan 2004 Maya Devi Muthuswamy 2003 Peter Hawkins 2002 Jonathan Bowden 2001 Edward Matthew Shin 2000 Damian Heard 2000 David Marks 1999 Charles Stewart Kemp 1998 Chaitanya Kumar Rao 1997 Mark Anthony Brown 1996 Deanna Wang 1994 Chris Macmeikan 1993 Anthony John Graham 1992 Matthew Gregory Cain 1991 James Mark Stankovich 1990 Pak Wai Poon 1989 Jamie Paul Curmi 1988 Michelle Denise Smith 1986 Christine Sue Mangelsdorf 1986 Gregory Hjorth 1984 Peter Francis Kipka 1983 John Francis Pritchard 1979 Mark Ellingham
The Maurice H. Belz Prizes in Statistics
Established in memory of Maurice Henry Belz, who, in 1948, became the first head of the Department of Statistics at the University of Melbourne and who was the foundation professor of statistics in 1955.
Awarded to the students achieving the highest aggregate score in the second year subjects Probability and Statistics.

First Prize Recipients
2018 Yong See Foo 2017 Ke Li 2016 Max Yanchao Yang 2015 Yoshua Wakeham 2014 Xia Mengton 2013 Bastian Saputra Oetomo 2012 Pham Thinh Le 2011 Han Bo Li 2010 William Zheng 2009 Ahmad Issa 2008 Alexander Wei Zwen Wiguna 2007 Lai Keong Chuah 2006 Yvonne Wen 2005 Andrew TinYau Kwok 2004 Garvesh Raskutti 2003 Siang Chin Ng 2002 Damjan Vukcevic 2001 Kee Lum 2000 Andrew Nicholas Downes 1999 Geoffrey Kong 1999 Eugene Tan 1998 Jeffrey YoonSinn Chee 1997 Anthea Lee Prestage 1996 William Thomas Higgins 1995 Anthony Wirth 1994 Gavin Buckley 1993 Ricky Wai Ho Chan 1993 Lawrence Poi Heng Ip 1992 Caroline Bennet 1991 Gavin Rogers 1990 F Y S Chung 1989 Justin O'Connor Lazar 1988 Matthew Burgess 1987 Robert Charles Baillie 1986 Hewitt Susan Joan 1985 Andrew John Martin 1984 Ian Douglas Phillips 1983 D J Walker 
Second Prize Recipients
2018 John Crowley 2017 Yuanzhan (Jack) Chen 2016 Callan Andrew Jones 2015 Patrick He 2015 David SeeYoung Kwak 2014 Ji Zhou 2013 Joseph Lynch 2012 Rama Lokon 2011 Andrew Wade Bennett 2010 Tun Lee Ng 2009 Richardt Emil Schwalb 2008 Lowan Caine Falcke 2007 Nguyen Dat Diep 2006 Qi Fan 2005 James R. M. Barton 2004 Christopher Beveridge 2003 Stefan Rampertshammer 2002 HanKee Gan 2001 Harry Lee 2001 Kwok Wong 2000 Richard Henry 2000 Henry Hou 1999 Chin Ha 1999 Corey Plover 1998 Ka Ki Li 1998 David Gerald Marks 1997 Tariq Hassan Haque 1997 Eng Hun Yeoh 1996 Judy HsinPing Wang 1995 Steven Semczyszyn 1994 Julie Osborn 1992 Russel Morris 1991 Mark Nelson 1990 P W Poon 1989 Jason Bunn 1988 Marianne Christie Gizycki 1987 Stuart Andrew Veitch 1986 Robin John Hyndman 1985 Clayton William Bolitho 1984 Catherine Corby James 1983 Cheng Joo Tan 
Scholarship Recipients
2018 William Rudd 2018 Jiangrong Ouyang 2018 Duy Phat Nguyen 2017 Patrick He 2017 Anthony Kocoski 2017 Aapeli Vuorinen 2016 Aaron Wan Yau Chong 2016 John Gilbertson 2016 Damian Pavlyshyn 2016 Justin Smallwood 2015 Aaron Chong 2015 Ashwani Kumar 2015 Cameron Patrick 2014 Emma Grace Thomas 2013 Peter Timothy Braunsteins 2013 Nicholas Read 2012 Peter Timothy Braunsteins 2012 Adel Baha'Udin Foda 2012 Robert Geoffrey James Marshall 2011 Kohleth Ting Han Chia 2011 Stephen Muirhead 2011 Simon James Sweeney Walter 2010 Kohleth Ting Han Chia 2010 Jacob Benjamin Egwunye 2010 Rick Michael Tankard 2009 Peter Francis Hickey 2009 Davis James McCarthy 2009 Duc Huu Minh Truong 2008 Jonathan Brailey 2008 Hannah Ruth Capes 2008 Effat Sarah Foda 2007 Charity Law 2007 Stefan Rampertshammer 2007 Jeremy Silver
The John MacFarland Exhibition
Established in 1920 by Sir John Henry MacFarland (MA, MD), a former Chancellor of the University.
Awarded to the student achieving the highest results in the discipline of Pure Mathematics, particularly Linear Algebra, Accelerated Mathematics 1, or Accelerated Mathematics 2.

Recipients
2018 Zhong Xien Yeoh 2017 Zane Duffield 2016 Hui Min Tay 2015 Jiheng Xu 2014 Nicholas Liu 2013 Ling Zhang 2012 Kiran Raskutti 2011 Tomos Andrew Lelong 2010 Dougal MacConachie Davis 2009 Timothy Wai Ting Lee 2008 Christopher SeowWei Chen 2007 Joey Yeo 2006 Kim Sasha Ramchen 2005 QuynhChi Thieu Nguyen 2004 Fransiska Seanny 2003 Nicholas James Sheridan 2002 Stefan Rampertshammer 2001 Geoffrey Chu 2000 Daniel Nethery 1999 Lori Trevaskas 1998 Ingrid Berkelmans 1997 David Gerald Marks 1997 Kai Yuen Yum 1995 Chaitanya Kumar Rao 1994 Rajendran Parthiban 1993 Christopher Grinton 1992 Prabhat Samarakoon 1991 Girish Nair 1990 Matthew James Emerton 1990 Gavin George Rogers 1989 Lachlan Andrew 1989 David Lloyd O'Brien 1988 Andrew Richard Conway 1987 Matthew Charles Burgess 1987 Carl Philip Dettmann 1986 Shane Andrew Booth
The Stephen Bell Exhibition
Established in 1956 through a donation by the Barkly Brick Co. Pty. Ltd.
The Stephen Bell Exhibition is awarded to the undergraduate student achieving the highest score in the secondyear subject Engineering Mathematics.

Recipients
2018 Leah Traill 2017 Rui Xi 2016 Evangelina Dendrinos 2015 Kah Yee Yap 2014 Hermawan Mulyono 2013 Solana Libertad Cua 2012 Xiang Teng 2011 Nicholas Lip Chuan Loo
The M.L. Urquhart Prizes
The M.L. Urquhart Prizes were established in 2005 through a donation and later bequest from Professor Rupert Thomas Leslie, and Mrs Roberta Leslie, of Scotland, in memory of Dr Malcolm Livingstone Urquhart, a lecturer in Mathematics from 1932 to 1944.
The Third Year prize awarded to the student with the best overall performance in the third year Discrete Mathematics and Operations Research specialisation, particularly Mathematics and Decision Making, Techniques in Operations Research, Graph Theory, or Stochastic Modelling.
The Graduate Prize is awarded to the student with the best overall performance in Mathematics in the Master of Science (Mathematics and Statistics) and who has graduated in the relevant year with a result of H1.

Third Year Prize Recipients
2018 Siew Lee Teo 2017 Kushwant Singh 2016 Ned Mahony 2015 Nicholas Hirons 2014 Kiran Raskutti 2013 Allan William Tanoemarga 2012 Rory Brenan 2011 Peter Timothy Braunsteins 2010 Muhammad Adib Surani 2009 Lowan Caine Falcke 2008 Alan Jenren Chang 2007 Richard Fothergill 
Graduate Prize Recipients
2018 Nicholas Liu 2017 William Stewart 2016 Naijian Shen 2015 Axel Almet 2014 Dougal Davis 2013 Kevin Fray 2012 Bevan Cheeseman 2011 Muhammad Adib Surani 2010 Narthana Sumuditha Epa 2009 Ying Wan Yap 2008 James Francis Saunderson 2007 Bjorn Juwen Ho
The Norma McArthur Prize
Established in 1983 by the Applied Probability Trust, England, in memory of its founder and trustee, Norma McArthur, a distinguished Australian demographer and graduate of Melbourne, known for her landmark research and study in population statistics of the island colonies of the Pacific.
Awarded to the most outstanding student in thirdyear Statistics.

Recipients
2018 Kevin Yu 2017 Jiangrong Ouyang 2016 Yoshua Simeon Wakeham 2015 Sarah S 2014 Kiran Raskutti 2013 Tomos Lelong 2012 Timothy Lee 2011 Adel Baha'Udin Foda 2010 Joshua Aiden Mendelsohn 2009 Kohleth Ting Han Chia 2008 Zhihong Chen 2007 Mark Peter Hughes 2006 Jonathan Paul Brailey 2005 Stefan Rampertshammer 2004 Alina Fainshraber 2003 Sandra Jane Clarke 2003 Damjan Vukcevic 2002 Anna Madalen Kozlowska 2001 Owain Peter lie 2001 Zhi Zhern Wilfrid Goh 2001 Maya Ramakrishnan 2000 David William Johnston 1999 Liam Thomas Grogan 1998 Mark William Mann 1997 Anthony Ian Wirth 1996 Adam Cagliarini 1995 Samuel Philipou 1994 Matthew Richard McGrail 1993 Sam N McNair 1992 Jason Andrew Bunn 1991 Leanna Marisa Tedesco 1990 Julie Ann Simpson 1989 Matthew Charles Burgess 1988 Robert Charles Baillie 1987 Robin John Hyndman 1986 Ian Colin Marschner
The Dwight Prize (Mathematical Statistics)
Established in 1871 through a bequest by Mr Henry Tolman Dwight of the City of Melbourne who bequeathed the proceeds of his estate for the advancement and encouragement of learning at the University of Melbourne.
Awarded to the student with the highest aggregate mark in the Statistics and Stochastic Processes specialisation in the Master of Science (Mathematics and Statistics).

Recipients
2018 Patrick He 2017 Tianshu Cong 2016 Damian Pavlyshyn 2015 Jiadong Mao 2014 Zhendong Huang 2013 Adel Baha'Udin Foda 2012 Jason Leung 2011 Stephen Muirhead 2010 Gary Andrew Katselas 2009 Davis James McCarthy 2008 Benjamin James Lansdell 2007 Jeremy Silver 2006 Warren VolkMakarewicz 2004 Damjan Vukcevic 2003 Anna Madalen Kozlowska 2002 Maya Ramakrishnan 2001 Geoffrey David Ford 1999 Natalie Roberts 1998 Anthony Wirth 1995 Timothy Anderson 1995 Graham Weinberg 1994 John Taylor 1993 Anthony Brockwell 1992 Justin Lazar 1991 Sarah Louise Aufflick 1990 Matthew Charles Burgess
The E.R. Love Prize
Established in 1977 by the then Department of Mathematics with donations received from staff and friends of Professor E.R. Love, Professor of Mathematics in the University from 1940 to 1977.
Awarded to the undergraduate student placed first in the subject, taught by the School of Mathematics and Statistics, which is considered to have the largest content of analysis.

Recipients
2018 Alan Guo 2017 Yujie Liu 2016 Jayson Kin Chi Liu 2015 Lochlan Brick 2014 Blake Dadd 2013 Patrick Lewis Nicoll 2012 Michael Pan 2011 Robert Usher 2010 Sebastian Strugnell 2009 Zhenda Yin 2008 Samuel KhaiHo Chow 2007 James Wan 2006 James Francis Saunderson 2005 Rhys Davies 2004 Maya Devi Muthuswamy 2003 Geoffrey Chu 2002 Jonathan Bowden 2001 Edward Matthew Shin 2000 Marta Salek 1999 Jian He 1998 Charles Stewart Kemp 1997 Andrew Oppenheimer 1996 Philip Walford 1995 Lawrence Ip 1994 Neshan Wickramasekara 1993 Anthony Graham 1992 Matthew Gregory Cain 1991 James Mark Stankovich 1990 Andrew Richard Conway 1990 Stephen Edward Simmons 1989 Matthew Charles Burgess 1988 Michelle Denise Smith 1986 Christine Sue Mangelsdorf 1985 Andrew Stephen Fogden 1984 Peter Francis Kipka 1983 James Patrick Denier 1982 Martin Robert Dix 1982 Jonathon Pila 1981 David Angus Penington 1980 Van Long Nguyen 1979 Mark Norman Ellingham
The Professor Wilson Prize
Established in 1884 by friends and pupils of Professor W.P. Wilson, first professor of Mathematics, Pure and Mixed, at the University of Melbourne.
Awarded to a graduate student who submits the best Thesis on a subject in Pure or Applied Mathematics.

Recipients
2018 Ethan Armitage 2017 Jason Archer 2016 Lotte Romijn 2015 Patrick Nicoll 2014 Andrew Elvey Price 2013 Peter Braunsteins 2013 Ellen Muir 2013 Robert Usher 2012 Elena Tartaglia 2011 Simon James Sweeney Walter 2010 Gary Andrew Katselas 2009 Davis James McCarthy 2008 James Francis Saunderson 2007 Max Flander 2006 Nicholas James Sheridan 2005 Eleanor Catalina Button 2004 Damjan Vukcevic 2003 Daniel Virgil Matthews 2002 Jian He 2001 Jason Richards Looker 2001 Stuart Duncan Walsh 2000 Jian He 2000 Philip Walford 1999 Malcolm Davey 1998 Sally Malinda Miller 1998 Andrew Oppenheim 1997 Lawrence Ip 1996 Frank Damien Calegari 1995 Chris MacMeikan 1994 Daniel Calegari 1993 Matthew James Emerton 1992 James Mark Stankovich 1991 Andrew Richard Conway 1990 Christine Sue Mangelsdorf 1989 Robert James Bursill 1989 Michelle Denise Smith 1988 Jonathan Patrick Ennis 1987 Matthew Couch 1986 Katherine Anne Seaton 1985 Timothy Jay Morrow 1982 Mark Norman Ellingham 1981 Peter John Forrester 1981 Bevil Milton Glover 1979 Michael Penington
The Professor Nanson Prize
Established in 1924 as a memorial to Professor E.J. Nanson, a professor of Mathematics, Pure and Mixed, at the University of Melbourne, from 1875 to 1923.
Awarded to a graduate student who submits the best original memoir on a subject in Pure or Applied Mathematics

Recipients
2018 Nicholas Liu 2017 Musashi Koyama 2016 Naijian Shen 2015 Patrick Nicoll 2014 Andrew Elvey Price 2013 Kamil Bulinski 2012 Elena Tartaglia 2011 Stephen Muirhead 2010 Gary Andrew Katselas 2009 Gus Knight Schrader 2008 Douglas Richard Brumley 2007 Max Flander 2006 Nicholas James Sheridan 2005 Eleanor Catalina Button 2004 Damjan Vukcevic 2003 Paul Anthony Incani 2002 Jian He 2001 Keith Seng Mun Lee 2000 Jian He 2000 Philip Walford 1999 Malcolm Davey 1998 Sally Miller 1998 Andrew Oppenheim 1997 Lawrence Ip 1996 Frank Calegari 1995 Chris MacMeikan 1994 Daniel Calegari 1993 Matthew James Emerton 1992 James Mark Stankovich 1991 Andrew Conway 1990 Jennifer Mary Davoren 1989 Robert James Bursill 1989 Michelle Denise Smith 1988 Jonathan Patrick Ennis 1987 Matthew Couch 1986 Katherine Anne Seaton 1985 Timothy Jay Morrow 1982 Mark Ellingham 1981 Peter John Forrester 1981 Bevil Milton Glover 1980 Robert Andrzej Bartnik 1978 Peter T Cummings 1973 Douglas David Grant 1949 M J N Bennett 1945 M K C Westfold 1937 M A R Miller 1935 M H C Corben 1933 M M Barnard
The Wyselaskie Scholarship (Mathematics)
Established in 1883 by John Dickson Wyselaskie, a pastoralist and philanthropist in southwest Victoria. Mr Wyselaskie was a member of the Geelong and Portland Bay Immigration Society, and helped establish a school in Wickliffe. Wyselaskie scholarships are awarded for academic excellence in a range of disciplines at Melbourne.
The Mathematics scholarship is awarded for academic excellence in Mathematics to a student who has completed at least two semesters of fulltime study in the Master of Science (Mathematics and Statistics) and be enrolled for at least one more fulltime study semester.

Recipients
2018 Jiangrong Ouyang 2017 Ned Mahony 2016 Rueben Van Ammers 2015 Damian Pavlyshyn 2015 Lotte Romijn 2014 Axel Almet 2013 Dougal MacConachie Davis 2012 Ahmad Issa 2011 Samuel KhaiHo Chow 2010 Trithang Tran 2009 Gus Knight Schrader 2008 Michael John Couch 2007 James Yuanjie Zhao 2006 Anthony Mays 2005 Tom Coleman 2004 Andrew Downes 2003 Daniel Virgil Mathews 2002 Ken Yin Kwan Chan 2002 Christopher Fricke 2001 Marta Elizabeth Salek 2000 Jian He 1999 Keith Lee 1998 Andrew Oppenheim 1998 Anthony Wirth 1997 Philip Walford 1996 Frank Calegari 1995 Neshan Wickramasekara 1994 Daniel Calegari
The Greg Hjorth Memorial Prize (Mathematics and Statistics)
In memory of Greg Hjorth, who died in 2011. Professor Hjorth was ARC professorial fellow in the department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Melbourne.
The Prize is awarded by the Dean on behalf of the University, on the recommendation of the head of the School of Mathematics and Statistics.
The Prize is open for award every two years, and is awarded for the most outstanding postgraduate thesis in mathematics, with preference given to areas of logic, set theory, measure theory, or related topics, submitted by a student at the University of Melbourne and passed by examiners within the previous two calendar years.

Recipients
2018 Joshua Howie 2016 Drew Heard 2014 Omar Enrique Ortiz Branco
Helen R Freeman Scholarship  Master of Science (Mathematics and Statistics)
This scholarship, worth $20,000, supports female students who are Australian citizens or permanent residents enrolled or enrolling in the first year of the Master of Science, 2019 (Mathematics and Statistics).

Recipients
2018 Lucinda Harrison 2018 Isobel Hunt