FA C U L T Y Faculty
BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture
PETROTRIN BOOK PRIZE: Awarded for the best performance in Agricultural Economics over Years II & III
DEPARTMENT OF FOOD PRODUCTION PRIZES
DR. SUNNEY D. ALEXIS MEMORIAL PRIZE: Awarded for the best performance in the Human Ecology: Year III
THE HEAD OF DEPARTMENT PRIZE Awarded for the best performance in Agriculture – General: Year I
THE CHELSTON W.D. BRATHWAITE PRIZE: Awarded for the best final year project demonstrating excellence in Project Management: Year III
THE MARKETING & DISTRIBUTION PRIZE: Awarded for the best performance in Marketing: Year III
THE SCOTIABANK PRIZE: Awarded for the best performance in Finance and Accounting: Year III
THE AGRIBUSINESS COMMUNITY
SERVICE PRIZE: Awarded for outstanding service to the Agribusiness Community donated by Agribusiness Alumni: Year III
THE HEAD OF DEPARTMENT PRIZE: Awarded for the best performance in B.Sc. Human Ecology – General Option: Year III
THE PROFESSOR CHARLES McDAVID PRIZE: Awarded for the best performance in the Diploma in Institutional And Com- munity Dietetics and Nutrition: Year III
THE HEAD OF DEPARTMENT PRIZE Awarded for the best performance in Agriculture – General: Year II
THE J. SIDNEY DASH PRIZE Awarded for the best performance in Crop Science over: Years II & III
FREDERICK HARDY PRIZE This prize should be awarded to the Part III student who obtains the highest average marks in courses taken in Soil Science at the Parts II and III examinations including the Project.
THE LE GENDRE & CO. LTD. PRIZE Awarded for the best performance in Crop Science over: Years II & III
THE P.V.C. B. TEWARIE PRIZE Awarded for the best performance in Agriculture - General: Years II & III
NORMAN GIRVAN AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE
Sc. Agriculture (General) degree, School of Agriculture. The student should
demonstrate an interest in sugar or sugarcane in his Research Project which may be carried in any Department of the Faculty. Nomination of candidates would be done in consultation with the Head, Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension.
THE T.P. LECKY AWARD Challenge Trophy donated by the Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute (CARDI). Awarded for the best performance in all the degrees in the School of Agriculture over Years I to III.
W.E. FREEMAN PRIZE This prize valued at $500.00 cash and a $500.00 trophy is awarded to the best final year project on the Biology of Cocoa and is a joint School of Agriculture/School of Natural Sciences Prize.
SCHOOL OF SCIENCE
CURRIE MEMORIAL PRIZE For the student who excelled in extra- curricular activities subject to satis- factory academic performance.
LIFE SCIENCES DEPARTMENT
MARCHIONESS OF ANGLESEY PRIZE For the best all-round First Year Student
THE METROPOLITAN PRIZE Awarded for the best Year I performance in Life Sciences Courses
GARDEN CLUB OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO PRIZE Awarded to the best practical paper on a Horticulturally related topic
THE NORVATIS PRIZE Awarded for the best Final Year Project in the Department of Life Sciences