On Wednesday February the 17th, the School of Experimental Psychology celebrated the Gradation of its Taught Postgraduate MSc students. Families came from around the world and enjoyed a very pleasant occasion celebrating in Goldney Hall.
Congratulations also go to the following prize winners:
The Cheyne McCallum North Bristol NHS Trust Prize for Best Clinical Neuropsychology Research Project. There were 4 projects on the Applied Neuropsychology MSc programme that achieved 83%, and the award will be shared amongst them.
Emma Craig, Serena Dillon, Hayley Ryan, Maren Muller-Gloode.
The Rosa Burden North Bristol NHS Trust Prize for Top Performing Clinical Neuropsychology Student. This is awarded to the Clinical Neuropsychology student with the best taught average. Lois Coy achieved the highest taught average of 77.8
Prizes for students on the MSc in Neuropsychology and the MSc in Research Methods.
The Taught Component Prize. This is awarded to the best taught component mark across the two MSc programmes (Neuropsychology and Research Methods MSc) and this is awarded to Ricky Wilkes who achieved a taught average mark of 84.1%.
The Research Project Prize. This is awarded to the best research project across the two MSc programmes (Neuropsychology and Research Methods MSc). There were 5 projects on this programme that achieved 83% and the award will be shared amongst them.
Ricky Wilkes, Sandra Weltzien, Alex Drake, Charlott Lienau, Christelle Van Antwerpen
The Science Communication Award goes to Alex Drake.