Exeter students win University prizes
Exeter students have received a number of prestigious awards for their academic performance, including David Gibbs prizes, which are awarded for the best performance in a subject across the whole of the University.
We are delighted to celebrate their successes at the end of year University awards.
The prizes won by Exeter students include:
Jocelyn Barker (2017, Earth Sciences) received the Palaeontological Association Prize for her 4th-year project.
Alexander Yean (2018, Jurisprudence) scooped four awards, including the Wronker Prize for Overall Best Performance, Wronker Prize for Jurisprudence, Gibbs Book Prize and the Law Faculty Prize for Roman Law (Delict).
Alice Wilson (2017, Literae Humaniores) was awarded the 2nd De Paravicini Prize for the second-best overall performance by a Course II student in the Final Honour School (FHS) of Literae Humaniores.
Emilie Clowry (2018, Classical Archaeology and Ancient History) won the Proxime Accessit Gibbs Prize in Classical Archaeology and Ancient History.
Max Watkins (2018, Fine Art) was awarded the Gibbs Prize in Fine Art.
Sarah Atkins (2018, Politics) received the Gibbs Prize for a Written Paper in Politics.
Alexander Meyer (2017, Physics & Philosophy) was awarded a Gibbs Prize for best performance in the Philosophy papers in Part C of the Honour School of Physics and Philosophy.
James Green (2020, Classics and English) received the Craven Scholarship for the best performance in the Classics Prelims and the Passmore Edwards Prize for being the highest achieving student in Classics and English Prelims 2021.
Current Medical Sciences undergraduates Rebecca Nolan and Carla Handford received Commendation awards in recognition of their performance in the Subject 4 paper, Population Health 1: Medical Sociology.