On Wednesday 13 July, the Class of 2022 graduated in Canterbury Cathedral and celebrated with a reception in Westgate Hall. We were able to catch up with them informally, announce this years prize winners and raise a toast to their achievements.
Over the past few years, such events have been challenging for all of us, and we want to thank all our staff and students who have adjusted to these challenges.
“As a partner, friend, relative, worker, and citizen, the knowledge and ethical frameworks you learned can help yourself and others. Please keep using them and above all the skills, to find, analyse, and question evidence, to inform and persuade others. What you achieved gives you every confidence you can do this.”
- The British Psychological Society Undergraduate Prize is awarded to the student with the highest overall grade upon graduation – Amber Pryke-Hobbes
- The Janet Miele Prize was endowed by Dr Janet Miele; this annual prize is awarded for the best final year project in Psychology – Ross Walker-Pow
- The Stephenson-Clark Prize is awarded to the student with the highest overall result for the BSc Psychology with Forensic Psychology programme – Kyara Nasser Oesterreich
- The Best Applied Prize is awarded to the student with the best final year marks – Paige Moran
- The Final Year Prize is awarded to the best final year student – Tai (Theo) Chan
This year, a new Student Experience prize was awarded to Theo Chan and Thiruvenika Thirumalai.
“Theo and Teevee have both been amazing members of the school.” Sharmar explained “As reps, they have both played a huge role in helping the school understand students’ needs and concerns. They have been instrumental in helping us organise some really great student experience events, as well as coming to student voice forums to pass your thoughts along.”