The Department of International Relations is delighted to announce the following BSc in International Relations prizewinners this year:
The Geoffrey Stern Examination Prize
Best performance by a first-year BSc IR student in the IR100 Theories and Concepts of International Relations examination
The Goodwin Prize
Best examination performance by a second year BSc IR student
Carla Louise Broussy
The Coral Bell Prize
Best degree performance overall by a third year BSc IR student
Joseph Raymond Butler
The Philip Noel-Baker Prize
Best dissertation by a third year BSc IR student
Her winning dissertation title is ‘Hearing the River’: Decolonising Transnational Environmental Crimes and the Case of the Mariana Dam Collapse.
Congratulations to you all!