Our undergraduates have once again demonstrated their hard work and tenacity by scooping several University prizes for exam performance.
We’re very proud of their achievements, especially during an academic year which has once again been far from normal. Within college, prizes are awarded in each subject to students delivering outstanding performance in final exams. In addition to these, the following students have won prizes from the University’s faculties and departments against stiff competition from other colleges.
Nell Miles (1st year) won a prize for excellent performance in the Biology Preliminary Examinations.
Computer Science & Philosophy
Ewen Edmunds (3rd year) won the Gibbs Prize, paying particular regard to the Computer Science papers
Dapeng Gao (4th year) won the Hoare Prize for best overall performance in Computer Science & Philosophy
Georgina Lang (3rd year) won the Gibbs Prize, paying particular regard to the Philosophy papers
Ned Geake (2nd year) was part of a team to win the Department of Computer Science Group Project Prize for the excellent technical execution of the project and the engaging physical environments created
Georgia Shave (2nd year) was part of a team to win the G-Research Group Project Prize for creating a well-designed educational tool as well as a clear presentation and demonstration on how it tool can be used for learning purposes
Ashley Singh (2nd year) was part of a team to win the Fetch.AI Group Project Prize for a fantastic presentation and a practically useful tool to assess the impact of climate on different tree growing strategies
Economics & Management
Jagtar Chohan (3rd year) won the Saïd Foundation Prize for the best Finals performance in the technology and operations management paper
Daniel O’Sullivan (3rd year) won the Saïd Foundation Prize for the best Finals performance in the organisational behaviour and analysis paper
Rebecca Simpson (3rd year) won the J.C.A. Meldrum Fieldwork Prize for the best Tenerife fieldwork report
Imogen Hequet (3rd year) won the Bob Hiorns Prize for best overall performance in Finals
Mathematics & Statistics
Toby Steel (4th year) won the Gibbs Prize for best dissertation performance
Lucrezia Cogliati (4th year) won the Dudbridge Senior Prize for best performance in the Classical Chinese Finals paper
Imogen Lewis (4th year) won the James McMullen Prize for Japanese
Isaac Reid (4th year) won both the Scott Prize for the best performance in the MPhys examination and the Gibbs Prize for the best MPhys research project