Past GSAQ medal recipients - image courtesy GSAQ

GSAQ Medals

Medal types
The Queensland Division of the Geological Society 
Australia currently has two medals that may be awarded annually to individuals. The Dorothy Hill Medal is awarded to those individuals who have made significant contributions to the advancement of knowledge on Queensland geology. The Neville Stevens Medal is awarded anybody who has distinguished themselves through public education of geology and increasing geological awareness of the general public. Nominations can be made to the Divisional Secretary Mr Ian Withnall by email: iwwithnall@optusnet.com.au

A third medal, the John Campbell Miles Medal was jointly initiated by the Queensland Division of the Geological Society of Australia and the Queensland Division of the Australian Institute of Geoscientistsand is awarded to those individuals who have made significant contributions to the advancement of economic geology, mineral systems, exploration technology or the discovery of a significant mineral or energy resource in Queensland.

Click on the names below to learn about the careers and achievements of the medals' namesakes:
Prof Dorothy Hill
Dr Neville Stevens
Mr John Campbell Miles

Guidelines
Separate guidelines are associated with awarding the Dorothy Hill Medal, Neville Stevens Medal and John Campbell Miles Medal. To read more about the criteria needed for medal nominations, please click here.

Medal Winners

Click on the winners names to read their nominations and responses.