Let the Caps Fly! Congratulating our Graduates

14 May
Left photo: Bec Scott and friend – Middle: Caitlin Ganzer and family – Right: Lisa Butson and friend

We want to congratulate to all of our Bachelor of Development Studies students, who celebrated their graduation last week on the 27th of April. Graduation is a celebration of your commitment through several years of hard work meeting deadlines, surviving through many caffeine-fueled nights finishing assessments and long days attending lectures. It also marks the start of new possibilities for you to decide which direction you would like to head in. We wish you all the very best in all your future endeavours.

Before the graduation ceremony at the Environment and Life Sciences Prizes Ceremony, Professor Brett Neilan alongside Associate Professor Jenny Cameron awarded our current students and graduates in geography for their outstanding academic achievements.

Undergraduate Awards

Kelly Jones was awarded the P G Irwin Prize in Geography for first year student who achieved the best performance in both first year Geography courses.

Caitlin Ganzer received a Faculty Medals for her achievements in the undergraduate Bachelor of Development Studies.

Laura Mason, current Honours student, was awarded the W F Geyl Prize in Geography for best performance in third year Geography courses while studying her Bachelor of Development Studies.

Postgraduate Awards

Jasmine Horrocks was awarded awarded the University Medal, Faculty Medal and the Honours Prize for the best performance in the Discipline of Geography and Environmental Studies.

Congratulations to all our graduates! We hope you go on to achieve what brings you happiness and fulfillment.

Prize winners from left: Kelly Jones, Laura Mason and Jasmine Horrocks
Caitlin Ganzer accepting her award and Faculty Medal
Associate Professors Dr Kathy Mee (far left) and Dr Jenny Cameron supporting Kelly Jones, Laura Mason, Jasmine Horrocks and Caitlin Ganzer.

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