Borrie Prize Winners, 2014

The Australian Population Association sponsors the W.D. Borrie Prize for the best student essay on a population-related topic to promote the study of population-related issues in all academic disciplines. Entries are accepted from students enrolled in any Australian or New Zealand tertiary institution. There are three student categories: Undergraduate where the prize is $500 and a certificate; Honours/Masters/GradDip where the prize is $600 and a certificate; and PhD where the prize is $700 and a certificate.

The 2014 competition received seven entries from students from four universities: The Australian National University, The University of Queensland, Flinders University, and the University of Waikato. 

The 2014 winners were:
Undergraduate - Mr Jan Schmortte 
Honours/Masters/GradDip - Mr James O’Donnell
​PhD - Ms Wilma Terblanche 

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