Congratulations to all Award Winners

Posted 24 April 2012

Congratulations to all award winners at the inaugural School of Psychology Student Awards Night held recently.

Winners are listed below:

The Staff Prize for First Year Psychology
For the highest average performance in PSYC1001 Psychology 1A and PSYC1011 Psychology 1B.
Winner: ALEXANDRA DEHLEN OMAN

The Staff Prize for Second Year Psychology
For the highest average performance in PSYC2001 Research Methods 2 and three other Psychology Level 2 courses completed within a single year by a student proceeding to any degree at UNSW.
Winner: SRISHTI YADAV

The Psychology Staff Prize
For the best performance in Year 2 Psychology.
Winner: STEPHANIE ELLEN CROSBIE

The Staff Prize for Third Year Psychology
For the highest average performance in PSYC3001 Research Methods 3A and five other Psychology Level 3 courses completed within a single year.
Winner: DIANA CHAN

The Joseph P Forgas Third Year Prize
For the best performance in PSYC3121 Social Psychology.
Winner: KEVIN WENG CHUNG SOO

The Joseph P Forgas Honours Prize
For the best performance in an honours empirical thesis in an area of social psychology.
Winner: LEO GAUTHERIE

The Australian Psychological Society Prize
For for the best performance in PSYC4053/4063 Psychology Stage 4 Honours.
Winner: EMILY CLAIRE WHITE

The Syd Lovibond Prize for Psychology Honours
For meritorious performance in Psychology Honours in the Bachelor of Psychology program.
Winner: EMILY CLAIRE WHITE

The Forensic Psychology Postgraduate Student Prize
For demonstrated outstanding performance in research and clinical practice in Forensic Psychology in the Master of Psychology program.
Winner: SARAH KRISTEN GOODSELL

The Paxinos Neuroscience Prize
For the best PhD thesis in the area of Neuroscience.
Winner: NATHAN MARCHANT

The APS College of Clinical Psychologists Student Prize 2011
The Student Prize acknowledges postgraduate clinical psychology students in Master and Doctor of Psychology (Clinical) programs, and combined Clinical Masters/PhD programs who demonstrate high levels of clinical skill, combined with the ability to design and conduct clinically relevant research.
Winner: QUINCY WONG