Awards Night 2022
The OOPS Awards Night provides students with the opportunity to submit pieces of their own assessment for the chance to win an award, as judged by our Sponsors.
This webpage will act as the central location for all relevant information storage. Documents such as Award Criteria and Guidelines will be stored here for the use of students. Please reach out to the Executive Committee if you have any questions. And finally, good luck to all who apply!
PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARDS
Submitters can only vote once per category and are encouraged to only vote for a student or staff member who they know personally or who has personally taught them during their time at UQ.
STUDENT PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD
The recipient of this award will be a UQ Planning student who has shown outstanding commitment to their studies, actively attended a variety of OOPS events, and does their best to engage with industry professionals and students across year levels where able and appropriate. If this sounds like someone you know, please submit your vote here.
STAFF PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD
The recipient of this award will be a member of the UQ Planning Faculty (lecturer, course coodinator etc.) or a casual academic (PASS leader, tutor, demonstrator etc.) who has shown outstanding commitement to students, does their best to engage with students in classes, and opitimises the best that educators can offer. If this sounds like someone you know, please submit your vote here.
ACADEMIC AWARD CATEGORIES
Submissions to the Academic Award categories have now closed. The OOPS Executive Committee invites and encourages you to submit a vote to the People's Choice Awards to celebrate our hard working students and staff members.
GROUP PROJECT AWARD
The Group Project Award is for submitting group work. This can be done as an individual on behalf of and with the permission of the group, or it can be done as a group. Please view the Award Guidelines and Criteria here.
The President's Award offers all eligible students the opportunity to submit an infographic on a set topic. This year, students must choose at least one of the three pillars of ecological sustainable development (economic, social, environmental) and identify the most important piece of urban infrastructure for cities to implement moving forward and why. Please view the Award Guidelines and Criteria here.