Finalist Prizes 2010

The Edgar Palamountain Award for Excellence

In 1993, a solid Gold Medal, ‘The Edgar Palamountain Award for Excellence‘, was instituted in memory of Edgar Palamountain, Chairman of Council at Buckingham from 1979 to 1984. The award is given every year to the undergraduate who is judged ‘first among equals’.

Christopher Doe with Chloe Woodhead“I am extremely honoured to have been awarded this prestigious prize. I never dreamed that I would be considered to be ‘first amongst equals’ when I started my course in January 2008.

My time at Buckingham was probably the most enjoyable two years of my life. I had such a positive experience in both the academic and social aspects of University life. I was fortunate enough to meet some amazing people here, and I feel as though I have built good and long-lasting relationships with fellow students, as well as the academic and administrative staff in the Business School.

The Graduation Ceremony was a very proud moment for me, as it was the culmination of two years of studying and hard work. Being presented with the Edgar Palamountain Award for Excellence served as a special end to my time at Buckingham.”

Christopher Doe, BA (Hons) Marketing with Media Communications 2010

The Dame Barbara Shenfield Award

In 2005, a solid Gold Medal, ‘The Dame Barbara Shenfield Award‘, was instituted in memory of Dame Barbara Shenfield, a founder member of the University’s Council. The award will be made annually to the postgraduate who is judged to have achieved the best overall performance of the year.

Avijit Guha Roy with Mr Shenfield & Mr Lewis“The Dame Barbara Shenfield Medal is awarded to the postgraduate student who has achieved the best performance over the year. I am therefore both delighted and honoured to receive this prestigious award. This is truly the result of the excellent support and mentoring given to me by my supervisors, Dr Kenneth Langland and Dr Claire Stocker, and also the encouragement by the Clore directors, Professors Mike Cawthorne and Jon Arch. I have always found the Clore lab to provide an exceptionally intellectually stimulating environment especially through the efforts of Drs Jacqueline O’Dowd, Mohamed Zaibi, Ed Wargent and David Hislop. I would also like to thank my colleagues Maysson Ibrahim, Amgad Al-Habian and Malgosia Kepczynska, Anita Roberts and Julie Cakebread for helping me focus my ideas. During my studies investigating transcriptional profiling in a model of programmed metabolic disease using gene network and pathway mapping tools these exceptional people have been instrumental in my achievements. Along with being a world-class research facility, the Clore lab is focused towards individual student development. I am currently pursuing my DPhil at the University of Buckingham because, unlike other universities, this research facility at the Clore lab provides students with unprecedented support. I would highly recommend anyone interested in metabolic disease, specialising in obesity and type 2 diabetes to consider the University of Buckingham for higher education.”

Avijit Guha Roy, MPhil Biomedical Science 2010

The University Prize for Academic Distinction

This prize is awarded for exceptional academic performance during undergraduate studies at Buckingham.

Andrew Roberts, BSc (Econ) (Hons) Accounting and Financial Management 2010

The Horlogerie Kandahar Prize for Outstanding Achievement

School of Business (Criteria – achievement against the odds)

Veronique Angela Tjang, BSc (Econ) (Hons) Accounting and Financial Management 2010

School of Humanities and Social Science (Criteria – all round achievement, and being an exemplary student)

Karl Brian Webb, MA Security and Intelligence Studies 2010

School of Law (Criteria – all round achievement, and being an exemplary student)

Rachael Terrion, LLB Law 2010

School of Science (Criteria – most improved student)

Tanya Govier, MSc Psychology 2010

The Ede and Ravenscroft Prize for the Best Continuing Student (shared)

Pearl Ikwuoma Oji, LLB Law 2010
Ummi Khalthum Umaru
, BSc (Econ) (Hons) Business Economics, 2010

Other prize winners

Accounting

The best performance in the Part 2 Examinations Andrew Roberts
The John Wheeler Prize for the Best Graduating Student Andrew Roberts

Management

The Vitalograph Prize for the best graduating MBA student Hugo Michael Hubert Brown
The Viscount Monckton of Brenchley Memorial Prize awarded to the BBE student with the most entrepreneurial spirit Andre Ogilvie Levi Roberts
The Hans Peter Stein Memorial Prize Christopher Doe
Huntingdon Prize for Business Enterprise (shared) Alec Greenwell
Sebastian John Musil
The best performance in the Part 2 Examinations Christopher Doe

English

The Davis / Drew Prize for Excellence in a Postgraduate Thesis for English Literature Saad Mohammed Kadhum Al-Maliky

Applied Computing

The British Computer Society Prize Dai Sato
The best performance in the Part 2 Examinations Dai Sato

Computer Science *Sarajevo School of Science and Technology)

The Best Academic Performance throughout the programme Mirza Kilmanta

Information Systems (Sarajevo School of Science and Technology)

The Best Academic Performance throughout the programme Hana Ĉosiċ

Psychology (Sarajevo School of Science and Technology)

The Best Performance in the Part 2 Examinations (shared) Emily Hill
Susan Tiffany Jamieson

September LLM Graduands

The best performance in the LLM Examinations Olajumoke Kikelomo Leduwe
The Morayo Atoki Prize for a good all-round performance academically and for making an important contribution to the LLM programme Joseph Bernard Ashalley

Law – January 2010 Graduands

The Sweet and Maxwell Law Prize for the Best Performance in the Final Examinations Nicolaj Alexander Kuplewatzky
A good performance in the Part 2 Examination Omavuaye Mudiaga-Erhueh
The Merit Prize offered for a Good All-round Performance academically and who has also made an important contribution to the life of the University (shared) Ashley-Ann Elizabeth Robinson Foster
Dean Mark Frasca
The McKay Solicitors & Advocates Sports Law Award for the Best Performance in Sports Law Nicolaj Alexander Kuplewatzky
The Roderick Wu Prize for the best performance in Law of Evidence Omavuaye Mudiaga-Erhueh

Law – July 2009 Graduands

The Butterworths Prize for the Best Performance in the Final Examination Pearl Ikwuoma Oji
A Good Performance in the Part 2 Examinations Thomas Adam Leslie Whillier
The Merit Prize for a Good All-round Performance academically and making an important contribution to the life of the University (shared) Carla Whillier
Julia Boczko
The Tunku Abdul Rahman Prize in International Law Nicolaj Alexander Kuplewatzky

Law – Part-Time Graduands

The best performance in the Final Examinations Lisa Marie Buckridge