Final year students and successful postgraduates from the School of Anthropology & Conservation graduated in July in a ceremony celebrating student achievement and the University’s commitment to remaining a diverse, European-focused institution.
Following the ceremony, held in the inspiring venue of Canterbury Cathedral, a champagne reception took place for graduates in the Marlowe building where further prizes were awarded:
- Gerald Durrell Prize in recognition of outstanding performance on the Wildlife Conservation BSc programme – Joseph England
- Darwin Prize in recognition of outstanding performance on the Biological Anthropology BSc programme – Stacey Weller
- Paul Stirling Prize in recognition of outstanding performance on the Social Anthropology BA programme – Christopher de Coulon Berthoud (also awarded a Faculty of Social Sciences prize)
- Anthropology Best Dissertation Prize – Victoria Lockwood (also awarded a Faculty of Social Sciences prize)
- Student Engagement Prize – Annabelle Lockey
We would like to wish all of our graduates the greatest of success for the future; alumni can keep in touch with the School through our Facebook and Twitter pages, and with the University by registering with Kent’s online community.