Top Students Honoured at the School of Psychology Awards Ceremony

Posted 24 April 2013

Congratulations to all students who have been awarded School of Psychology prizes in recognition for their outstanding academic achievements. They were formally presented the prizes at the School of Psychology Awards Ceremony held during the School Alumni Cocktail Evening on 23 April at the Arthouse Hotel, Sydney.

 

 

 

Prize Winners for Academic Year 2012
Prize NameDescriptionPrize Winner
The Staff Prize for First Year PsychologyFor the highest average performance in PSYC1001 Psychology 1A and PSYC1011 Psychology 1BIoana Ciobanu
The Staff Prize for Second Year PsychologyFor 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 UNSWJoanne Beames
The Psychology Staff PrizeFor the best performance in Year 2 PsychologySarah Altmann
The Staff Prize for Third Year PsychologyFor the highest average performance in PSYC3001 Research Methods 3A and five other Psychology Level 3 courses completed within a single yearEmily Upton
The Joseph P Forgas Third Year PrizeFor the best performance in PSYC3121 Social PsychologyAlana Eyles
The Undergraduate Behavioural Neuroscience PrizeFor the highest average mark in PSYC2081 Learning and Physiological Psychology and either PSYC3241 Psychobiology of Memory and Motivation or PSYC3051 Physiological PsychologyGabrielle King
The Joseph P Forgas Honours PrizeFor the best performance in an honours empirical thesis in an area of social psychologyMartina Pasqualino
The Behavioural Neuroscience Hons Thesis PrizeFor the best performance in an honours empirical thesis in an area of neuroscienceCaitlin Cowan
The Australian Psychological Society PrizeFor for the best performance in PSYC4053/4063 Psychology Stage 4 HonoursCaitlin Cowan
The Syd Lovibond Prize for Psychology HonoursFor meritorious performance in Psychology Honours in the Bachelor of Psychology programJanice Kan
The Forensic Psychology Postgraduate Student PrizeFor demonstrated outstanding performance in research and clinical practice in Forensic Psychology in the Master of Psychology programHelen Fearnley
The Stephanie J. Moylan Memorial PrizeFor the best performance in an Organisational Masters’ thesisMark Do
The Combined PhD/Clinical Masters’ Thesis PrizeFor the most outstanding PhD thesis by a student in course 1404 (combined PhD/Clinical Masters’ degree)Bridget Callaghan
The SHL PreVisor PrizeFor the best performance in highest average across PSYC7000 Research Methods and PSYC7002 Psychological Assessment 2Daniella Luppino
The Paxinos Neuroscience PrizeFor the best PhD thesis in the area of NeuroscienceStella Li