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A Prize for the BA(Hons) or MA student majoring in History who achieved the highest grade in a New Zealand History course in their qualifying programme.About the scholarship
Application status: No application required Applicable study: Bachelor of Arts (Honours) or Master of Arts level study in New Zealand history Opening date: By nomination Closing date: By nomination Tenure: Prize For: Prize Number on offer: One Offer rate: Annually Value: $900
Neville McMillan (1922-1997) attended the then Auckland University College following services in the RNZAF in World War II, and graduated MA (Hons) in History in 1954. His thesis was on the early New Zealand artist and adventurer G.F von Tempski. He was for 21 year Head of the Department of History at Auckland Grammar School. A champion runner in his youth, he also had a lifetime interest in rugby, and wrote (with R.H. Chester) several well-known histories of the game, including the best-selling Men in Black. Shortly before his death he collaborated with former Auckland history professor Russell Stone on a 75-year history of their old school, Mt Albert Grammar.
This Prize was given in his memory by his son, also a graduate of the University of Auckland.Regulations
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