Rewarding our best: prizes awarded to graduating students
Tue, 19 Jul 2011 13:00:00 BST
On Wednesday July 19, at a champagne and strawberries reception following this year's graduation ceremony, prizes were awarded to our most successful graduating students.
Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) prizes
The IMA prizes are awarded to two final year Mathematics students for best academic achievement. IMA Prizes were awarded to Christopher Johnson and Louise Smith.
The Project Prize is awarded to the student who produces the best final year project. This year, the prize was awarded to Craig Brown for his project on the Prime Number Theorem and to Robert Marsh for his project on Hamiltonian Dynamics.
Barry Taylor Memorial Prize
The Barry Taylor prize is awarded for demonstration of the highest degree of personal academic improvement over that of the previous year. This year's prize was awarded to Mary-Jane Skingley.
Graham Elliott Prize
The Graham Elliott Prize is awarded as acknowledgement of general personal contribution to the Department of Mathematics and its aims. This year, the prize was awarded to Emily Marshall.
The department would like to express its congratulations to these students for their excellent work.