St Anne's students win exam prizes

St Anne's College would like to congratulate the following students on winning prizes in their exams. 

JOSHUA BARRACLOUGH, MATHEMATICS

The Junior Mathematical Prize for Part C and The IMA Prize for Part C

JESSICA BROWN, ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

Laurie Hart Prize (1st Prize) 

JOANNA BUI, GEOGRAPHY

English/Henson Prize specific to Geography (best performance in prelims) 

CARRIE HOLLOWAY, EARTH SCIENCES

Schlumberger Prize for Best Performance in Geophysics

BEN JAGGER, MATERIALS SCIENCE

Johnson-Matthey Prize for Best Overall Performance in Prelims 

Armourers & Braisers’ Company / TATA Steel Prize for Best Overall Performance in Prelims Practicals

RACHEL KEALY, MATERIALS SCIENCE

TATA Steel Prize for Best Overall Performance in Part I Practicals (MS & MEM)

part of the winning team for the Armourers & Brasiers’ Company/TATA Steel Prize for Best Team Design Project: ‘Design of a pollution abatement system for diesel trains’ 

SARAH ROUSE, BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Southern Field Studies Book Prize

OLIVIA SHACKLETON, ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

Laurie Hart Prize (Joint 2nd Prize) 

ISABEL SLATTERY, MATERIALS SCIENCE

Part of the winning team for the Armourers & Brasiers’ Company Prize for Year 2 Business Plan Team Presentation: The Aerobrick: a Revolution in Domestic Insulation’

ALEXANDRU STRIMBU, COMPUTER SCIENCE

Presentation Group Project Prize

FREYA THORPE, ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

Laurie Hart Prize (Joint 2nd Prize)

XINYUE TONG, COMPUTER SCIENCE & PSYCHOLOGY

Vodafone Group Project Prize

NOAM VOGT-VINCENT, EARTH SCIENCES

Burdett Coutts Prize for best overall performance in 3rd year FHS AND BP prize for best overall 2nd year performance 

SARAH WADSWORTH, EUROPEAN AND MIDDLE EASTERN LANGUAGES

Gibbs Prize (Joint Schools Prelims) 

XINGCHEN WAN, ENGINEERING SCIENCE

Gibbs Prize (Best performance in the Final Honour School of Engineering Science (Parts A and B combined))

GEORGE WILLMENT, EARTH SCIENCES

Mineralogical Society Prize for best 3rd year performance in mineralogy 

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