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Congratulations to our 2015 Graduate Prize Winners

23 July 2015

Details of the 2015 prizes awarded to 15 students.

On Thursday July the 22nd, the School of Experimental Psychology celebrated the Gradation of its Third year undergraduate students. 

Families came from around the world and enjoyed a very pleasant occasion celebrating in the School of Chemistry East Foyer with prosecco and cake.  

Congratulations also go to the following prize winners:

Becky Maguire

Awarded the Richard Gregory Prize. This prize is awarded to the student with the most innovative final year independent research project.

Sam Jones

Runner up for the Richard Gregory Prize

 

Alex Walford

Awarded The Henri Tajfel Prize. This prize is awarded to the student with the best final year independent rsearch project of a social psychology nature.

 

Ollie Platt

Awarded The Wiley Prize, for the student showing most promise in the subject of Clinical Psychology in Year 3.

 

Amy Jane Hall

Nominated for the Experimental Psychology Society/British Science Association Undergraduate Project Prize. The nominee for this prize is the student with the highest scoring, cognitive themed final year independent research project.

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Coral Crouch

Nominated for the British Neuropsychological Society's. The nominees for this prize are the students with the best final year independent research projects of a Neuropschology nature.

 

 

 Molly Russen

Nominated for the Jonathan Sime Award. The nominee for this prize is the student with the best Undergraduate Dissertation on the topic of Environmental Psychology.

 

Julie Lee

A runner up for the Richard Gregory Prize. The British Psychological Society Undergraduate Award, Nominated for The British Neuropsychological Societ's Annual Undergraduate Project Prize, The School of Experimental Psychology Bronze Award for Science Communication.

 

 

Contemporary Issues in Psychology

Students where awarded this prize, for delivering the best presentation within their group in the subject of Contemporary issues in Psychology.

 
  • Sarah Tayleur
  • Julie Lee
  • Alex Walford
  • Tamar Lehmann
  • Kay Lian
  • Liam Fitzpatrick
  • Sam Jones
  • Saskia Phelps
  • Eleanor Yorke
  • Madeleine Dwyer

Also The British Psychological Society Undergraduate Award that was awarded to Julie Lee. This prize was awarded to the student who achieved the highest overall score in an accredited degree programme at each of the institutions accredited by the Society.

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