Thursday, 21 January 2016

Congratulations to our Graduates and Prize Winners

We would like to offer our warmest congratulations to our latest cohort of postgraduate students on their recent graduation.
 
On 15 January 2016 the School held a reception before the ceremony, where our Prize Winners were honoured for their outstanding achievements. 
 

The West Riding Country Library/Annenberg Prize is given for outstanding performance in the field of public librarianship and was awarded to Anya Badock, MA Librarianship.

Anya Badock and Dr Briony Birdi
The Henry Heaney Memorial Prize is awarded for the best dissertation in the field of academic librarianship, and the winner this year was Lucy Woolhouse a student on the MA Librarianship programme. 

Dr Briony Birdi and Lucy Woolhouse

The Peak Indicators Prize aims to recognise the achievement of students for their Dissertation within the MSc Data Science programme and was awarded to Justine Nicholls.

Andy Ball (Peak Indicators CEO), Justine Nicholls and Professor Peter Bath
The OCLC Prize is awarded for the best dissertation in the field of digital libraries and this year's winner was Giulia Neri. 

The Information School Prizes winners for each programme were:

Best overall performance in modules across the Librarianship programme was awarded to Maria Nagle.

Best overall performance in modules across the Information Systems programme was awarded to Daniel Rigby.


Best overall performance in modules across the Health Informatics programme was awarded to Amy Travers.

Amy Travers and Angie Rees
Best overall performance in modules across the Digital Library Management programme was awarded to Fiona Koster.
Best overall performance in modules across the Data Science programme was awarded to Rebecca Thorpe & Joseph Ellard.

Professor Paul Clough and Rebecca Thorpe
Professor Paul Clough and Joseph Ellard


 



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