Five students from across the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences have received prizes for outstanding academic achievement in their first year of studies. The prizes of £500 are donated by Ede and Ravenscroft and are awarded to one student in each department who has achieved the highest grade point average over their first year.
The winners are:
∙ Miriam Manco, Applied Languages, Department of English and Modern Languages
∙ Charlotte Reece, Primary Teacher Education, School of Education
∙ Tatiana Sollis, History of Art, Department of History, Philosophy and Religion
∙ Max Jones, Geography, Department of Social Sciences
∙ Tiffany Heppell, LLB Law, School of Law
Winner Tatiana Sollis commented ‘‘I feel very honoured to have received this prize. I will use this prize to motivate me for the rest of my studies and I will put my winnings towards a trip to New York to visit the Museum of Modern Art next summer, which we studied this year and fired my artistic imagination.”
The English and Modern Languages winner Miriam Manco said “It was such an honour to win the Ede and Ravenscroft prize 2016. The department is a community I feel very close to and has been incredibly engaging. Winning this prize was great and has given me impetus to do even better in the years to come.”
Social Sciences winner Max Jones added ‘’I feel extremely happy to be recognised for all of the hard work I have put in to my Geography course this year. I would also like to thank the lecturers for all of their help and support in guiding me through the first year of university.”
‘Congratulations to all of the Ede and Ravenscroft prize winners!’
Dave Ellis, Dean of Student Experience, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.