Students win prizes as Masters students graduate
Congratulations to all our students who graduated on Friday. This included students from our range of planning, real estate, urban design and GIS Masters courses.
The Department hosted a reception in the University's iconic Firth Hall before the official graduation ceremony in the Octagon. Photos from the departmental reception can be found here.
The reception was also an opportunity to present departmental prizes to prize winners. Celine Houghtonwon the Turley Prize for Best Overall Performance in the MA Town and Regional Planning, while Alexandra Reah won the ADH Crook Prize for Contributions to Social Justice in Planning.
The Victoria Henshaw Prize for Contributions to City Liveability was awarded to Nathania Damara and the Ian Masser Prize for Best Dissertation on Information Management was given to Ilyes Bogouffa.
Euan Crispin won both Regional RTPI Book Prize and the Dissertation Prize from the Development Studies Association.
Well done to all prize winners and a huge congratulations to all our students who graduated.
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