The Robert Gray Medal is the most prestigious and only award which the school can bestow on an OD who has made a significant contribution in his field of endeavour, or to society in general.
|3 Sep 2020|
The Robert Gray Medal is the most prestigious and only award which the school can bestow on an OD who has made a significant and exceptional contribution in his field of endeavour, or to society in general.
The Principal, Chair of Council and Chair of the ODU.
Nominations must be made in writing to the Principal or to the Branch Chair of the ODU who will forward these to the Principal. The selection committee will consider all nominations. Final approval for a recipient must be made by the Bishops Council.
On an annual basis but not necessarily in every year. It will only be made if there is a deserving candidate. There may be more than one award made in a year.
The Award will be made at the Founders Day Service or at any special occasion which the Principal may deem suitable.
The Robert Gray Gold Medal.
A citation on a parchment scroll.
Name on an Honours Board in the Mitre.
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