- The Max Clark Prizes in Science and Engineering shall be awarded annually by the Board of the Faculty of Science and Engineering (hereinafter referred to as the Board).
- Normally, to be eligible for an award a student must: have completed the requirements for a Bachelor degree in the Faculty of Science and Engineering in the academic year (including the supplementary examination period for that year) prior to the one in which they are being considered for the award; be commencing an Honours degree in the Faculty of Science and Engineering, either in semester 1 or semester 2 of the year in which they are being considered for the award; and have achieved an academic performance of at least a Distinction average (ie a grade point average of 6) in the 72 units of topics comprising the last two years of their Bachelor degree.
- Normally, the Board shall award five prizes of $500 to eligible students in the Faculty of Science and Engineering, at least one of which will be to an eligible student completing a degree offered by the School of Biological Sciences. More than five prizes may be awarded if, in the opinion of the Board, there are more than five exceptional candidates and there are sufficient funds available.
- The procedure for selecting the prize winners will be as follows:
(i) The Board will meet during the break between academic years and rank the students in order of merit, regardless of their School of origin, by whatever criteria it decides.
(ii) The Board shall offer prizes to the highest ranked student from the School of Biological Sciences and then to other students in rank order, regardless of their School of origin.
(iii) Payment of the prize will be made after confirmation that an awardee has enrolled in an Honours degree in the Faculty of Science and Engineering. Should an awardee decide not to enrol in an Honours degree or withdraw from the degree prior to the HECS census date immediately following their enrolment the award shall be withdrawn and offered to the next appropriate nominee on the ranked list, and the process continued until all available awards have been accepted.
1996: Dowling, Natalie; McInerney, Stephen; Moller, Cindy; Stockman, Kym A; Zammit, John
1997: Chittleborough, James B; Clisby, Nathan A; Edson, Daniel; Gove, Aaron; Smith, Joanne
1998: Delpin, Marina A; Haselgrove, Henry L; Jahangiri, Saba; Pederson, Bjorn
1999: Bellamy, Stephen; Bramley, Helen; Goodall, Vanessa L; Henderson, Steven T; Janusz, Agnieszka; Prowse, Thomas A; Robinson, David J
2000: Coleman, Victoria A; Jeffrey, David W; Luerssen, Martin H; Mee, Aija C; Parsons, Janene L
2001: Green, Graham P; Lyons, Dani M; McLeish, Michael J; Parsonson, Adrian GP; Thomas, Adam J
2002: Banks, Edward W; Crossman, Julia S; Jones, Darryl B; Morgan, Michael G
2003: Skawronski, Tristan D; Dennis, Eric G; Loo, Grace H; Reed, Joanne
2004: Sulda, Melanie; Wray, Helen; Aitchison Tony; Johnson, Lucas; Kharabash, Sergey
2005: Debs, John; Gregg; Claire; Barlow, Anders; Blanch, Adam; Smith, Annabel
2006: Bernardo, Kristie; Bowden, Enys; Carroll, Christine; Decourcy-Ireland, Emma; Loo, Li; Raeside, Tyler
2007: Emma Lawrance; Kym McNicholas; Darren Alcoe; David Rothall; Valene Hsu-Lin See
2008: Clancy, Kieren; Collins, Tegan; Makepeace Joshua; Tregenza, Nathanael; Yates, Madeline
2009: Kamitakahara, Rebecca; Larsen, Lachlan; Guerin, Julie; Smith-Harding, Tamsyne; Scaffidi, Katherine
2010: Bourne, Christopher; Bradshaw, Mark; Daniels, Thomas; Norris, Matthew; Pearson, Sarah
2011: Sambrooks, Lawrence; Reeves, Tiffany; Hassam, Christopher; Adams, Felise; Clark, Sea
2012: Adams, Shaun: Gear, David; Penn, Alexander; Pivetta, Rowan; Stevens, Gregory
2013: Albrechtsen, James; Chit