Filled with joy, we celebrated the achievements of our Class of 2022 graduates.
It was wonderful to be able to celebrate with graduates from the School of Psychology, Class of 2022! Our esteemed graduates descended upon Canterbury Cathedral, but not before joining us for a celebration reception so that we could raise a glass to their achievements.
“It’s wonderful to celebrate this special day with our Psychology graduates, who have worked incredibly hard for this.”
Professor Markus Bindemann
Our Prize Winners:
Aaron Isiminger Martin: The Else Frenkel-Brunswik Prize
The highest overall mark in the Political Psychology MSc programme.
Finne See: The William Sealy Gossett Statistics Prize & The Brian Mullen Prize
The highest overall mark in MSc Social Psychology and on the Statistics and Methodology module.
Caitlyn Rawers: The Amy Haskew Prize
The highest overall mark in MSc Forensic Psychology.
Natasha Scott: The Hermann von Helmholtz Award
The highest overall mark in MSc Cognitive Psychology.
Antti Lattula: The Lorne Hulbert Prize
The highest overall mark in MSc Organisational Psychology.
Ben Regan: The Jean Piaget Prize
The highest overall mark in MSc Development Psychology.
Rebecca Lyons: The best Applied Research Project
The best School of Psychology applied research project across all MSc programmes of study.
Aaron Isiminger Martin: The best Theoretical Research Project
The best School of Psychology theoretical research project across all MSc programmes of study.
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