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Award-winning former students Max Hastings, Rory Clifford and Tye Fraser continue to bring honour to Bishop Druitt College.
Award-winning former students Max Hastings, Rory Clifford and Tye Fraser continue to bring honour to Bishop Druitt College.

BISHOP Druitt College graduates Max Hastings, Rory Clifford and Tye Fraser were amongst the best and the brightest students recognised at the 2012 UNSW Faculty of Engineering scholarships presentation.

Max is currently studying Civil and Environmental Engineering and was awarded the Leighton Holdings Engineering rural scholarship.

Rory, who is studying Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, was awarded the Faculty of Engineering rural scholarship while Tye was awarded the Rio Tinto Mining Engineering scholarship to assist in his pursuit of a Mining Engineering degree.

The Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Professor Graham Davies, welcomed the attendees to the very special occasion and heaped praise upon the former Coffs Coast students.

"The scholarships award excellence and attract really super students," he said.

"I'm delighted with the outstanding abilities of our students who always achieve their personal best while studying at UNSW."

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