Somehow, we are nearing the end of what has been a very strange and often trying 2020. However, as we look back on this year, there have certainly been things to celebrate.
A number of our 2020 finalists won prizes for their excellent academic performances and we would like to congratulate all of them!
Prize-Winning Finalists 2020
James Alden - BA Medical Sciences
Wronker Prize for Medicine - For excellent performance in the Honour School of Medical Sciences
Christopher Davies - BA Literae Humaniores
2nd De Paravicini Prize - For the best performance ba Course IIA/IIB student in Honour Moderations in Classics
Maximilian Kadarauch - MChem Chemistry
Organic Chemistry and Chemical Biology Part II Thesis Prize - For excellent performance in the examination of a Part II thesis and viva voce
Darrion Mohan - History and Politics
Gibbs Book Prize - For excellent performance in the History and Politics Final Honour School
Neil Natarajan - Computer Science and Philosophy
Gibbs Prize (proxime accessit) - For the second-best overall performance in Computer Science and Philosophy Part B Examinations
Madeleine O'Connor - BA Biological Sciences
Southern Field Studies Book Prize - For demonstrating the greatest aptitude for Zoological field studies in the Final Honour School of Biological Sciences
Jan Preiss - BA Literae Humaniores
Harold Lister Sunderland Prize - For excellent performance in the Greek Papers in Honour Moderations in Classics
Richard Roth - BPhil Philosophy
For outstanding achievement in the BPhil Examination
Arun Somanathan - BA Medical Sciences
Nominated for the British Pharmacological Society Prize - For the most outstanding performance in pharmacology (project and options)
Arthur Wotton - BA Modern Languages
For the best performance in Spanish Final Honour School
Congratulations once again to all!