Chemistry awards its high achievers
First year students were awarded for their hard work today when they were presented with the First Year Chemistry Achievement Awards.
The School of Chemistry awards these every year to the first year after the first semester has been completed. The awards are based on their academic performance in their first Semester at Bangor. The school also takes into account each student’s entrance tariff.
The winners of this year’s £500 awards were: Chulin Dai (Epsom), Dion Roberts (Llangefni), Thomas Britten (Poole) Tamsin Cox (Warrington).
The winners of this year’s £250 awards were: Aimee Boyd (Walsall), Natasha Powell (Wrexham), Ross Goodyear (Ashbourn), Daniel Evans (Hull), Michael Brooks (Norwich), Gemma Jones (Wrexham), David Fishwick (Colne, Lancs) and Anthony Conely (Malmesbury, Wilts). Many congratulations to all the winners.
“All this year’s winners have been working extremely hard and have maintained excellent First Class marks throughout the semester. It makes me very proud to be able to hand them these cheques in recognition of their achievements.” Said Dr Mike Beckett, Head of Chemistry at Bangor.
Publication date: 22 August 2012