In 2018 the Graduate School introduced a series of prizes to recognise the excellence of its postgraduate researchers and the outstanding work carried out by academic and administrative staff members in support of postgraduate research and education.
This year the Graduate School are delighted to announce the winners of the 2019 Graduate School Prizes. The winners are invited to celebrate their success during a BBQ and Awards Ceremony at the Kent Researchers’ Showcase on Thursday 30 May in Sibson.
Congratulations to all 2019 Graduate School Prize winners.
Winners of the Postgraduate Research Prize
Ann Christine Kinzer – PhD Candidate, School of European Culture and Languages
Chloe Johnson – PhD Candidate, School of Biosciences
Katja May – PhD Candidate, School of English
Winner of the Research Degree Supervisor Prize
Dr Edward Morgan-Jones – Senior Lecturer in Comparative Politics, School of Politics and International Relations
Winner of the School Director of Graduate Studies Prize
Dr Catherine Robinson – Director of Graduate Studies, Kent Business School
Winners of the Postgraduate Administrator Prize
Angela Whiffen – Postgraduate Administrator, School of Arts
Claire Taylor – Centre Manager, Centre for American Studies and Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies
Winner of the Postgraduate Teacher Prize
Recep Onursal – PhD Candidate and Assistant Lecturer, School of International Relations and Politics
The Graduate School was delighted to receive such a high volume of exceptional nominations for this year’s Graduate School Prizes competition.
The Graduate School recognises the significant contribution made to the University of Kent by Postgraduate Researchers, Research Degree Supervisors, School Directors of Graduate Studies, Postgraduate Administrators and Postgraduate Teachers across the University. We would like to thank everyone for their excellent work in support of postgraduate education and research at Kent.