Lawrence Le wins Monash University Award
Lawrence Le, Building Physics and Sustainability Engineer | Melbourne, has won a top award from Monash University in Australia.
He has been awarded the JW Dodds Award, a prize and medal awarded annually to the most outstanding student in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering completing final year of the Mechanical Engineering course.
Commenting on the award, Lawrence said:
“It is a great honour to receive this prize, which is awarded to the student considered the most outstanding, having demonstrated academic excellence and professional promise. I am extremely grateful to my professors and mentors for sharing their wealth of knowledge with me throughout my course. I also have a lot of love to share with Monash Human Power and the Dual Identity Leadership Program, both of which inspired me to continually face new challenges during my time at university. I hope to embody the spirit of the award and continue on my journey to learn and grow as an engineer, and to making a positive impact in the world we live in.”
Gregory Rice, Director | Sustainability Australia + New Zealand said:
“It’s always so encouraging when we see our colleagues being recognised for their outstanding contribution to academics, industry or our clients. Well done, Lawrence, you certainly deserve this award!”