Four students have been awarded prizes for outstanding work on Horizons modules this academic year.
The Sir Arthur Acland Prize for Excellence in Humanities:
Laura-Yvonne Gherghina (2nd Year Biochemistry), for her work on Horizons module Why be good? Problems in Moral Philosophy.
The Sir Arthur Acland Prize for Excellence in Languages (jointly awarded):
Saidu Kamara (4th Year Chemistry with Research Abroad), for his German Year Abroad Language Project.
Joshua Wei Ken Yeoh (3rd Year Chemistry), for his work on Horizons module Japanese Level 5.
The President’s Prize for Communication Skills:
Yasmin Herbert (2nd Year Biochemistry), for Horizons module Science Communication.
About the Prizes
The two Sir Arthur Acland Prizes for Excellence are awarded to undergraduate students of any department for excellence in Languages and Humanities subject areas.
The President's Prize (formerly the Rector’s Prize) for Communication Skills is awarded to the highest scoring student on the Imperial Horizons module Science Communication.
The CLCC congratulates these undergraduate students on their achievements.
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