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The Graduate School Prize 2017-18

Each year, the Faculty invites nominations for the Graduate School Prizes. All postgraduate research students enrolled in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities during the current academic year who are up to date with progress checks and on target to complete their degree within 4 years (7 years for part-time students) are eligible. Nominations can be made by both students and staff in the Faculty.

This year's prize ceremony took place in the Graduate Lounge, Union House. The prizes were awarded by Dr John Turnpenny (PPL), Associate Dean for Postgraduate Research.

Dr John Turnpenny (left) with the PGR prize winners 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Teacher Prize 

Winner: Karyn Walker (PPL) 

 

Article Prize 

Winner: Katherine Gazzard (AMA) 

Nominees: Francesca Bove (AMA), Annie Kelly (AMA), Dani Redd (LDC), Elliot Short (HIS)   

 

Public Engagement and Outreach Prize 

Winner: Akin Oyawale (PPL) 

Nominees: Jamie Freeman and Ryan Hale (HIS), Zahra Khosroshahi (AMA), Michael Kyriacou (PPL), Vera da Silva Sinha (PPL), Sharlene Teo (LDC) 

 

Research Community Prize 

Winner: Michael Kyriacou (PPL) 

Nominees: Vera da Silva Sinha (PPL), Taymour Soomro (LDC), Marie-Alix Thouaille (AMA) 

 

Graduate Teacher Prize   

This recognises graduate students who have made a significant impact through teaching in the Faculty. One prize of £400 is offered.

Additional eligibility criteria: the teaching for which the student is nominated must have taken place during the student’s current degree programme.

The Student Article Prize

This is awarded to the best paper published by a graduate student. One prize of £400 is offered.

Additional eligibility criteria: the student must be the first author on the paper; the manuscript must have been written and published during the student’s current degree program.

The Public Engagement and Outreach Prize

This recognises and showcases the many ways in which students in the arts and humanities increasingly engage with, and have an impact on, public audiences. One prize of £400 is offered.

Additional eligibility criteria: the public engagement work for which the student is nominated must have taken place during the student’s current degree programme.

The Research Community Prize

This recognises the importance of the work that Postgraduate Students at UEA put in to improving and strengthening the research community in the Faculty of the Arts and Humanities. One prize of £400 is offered.

Additional eligibility criteria: the PGR Community engagement work for which the student is nominated must have taken place during the student’s current degree programme.