The School of Law holds inaugural “PGR Prize Giving”
The event was conducted online via Microsoft TEAMS and attendees were encouraged to dress up.
On the afternoon of Wednesday 9 December the School of Law held their first “PGR Prize Giving” event, to recognise and celebrate members of our Post Graduate Research community and their contribution to the School.
Prizes were given for “PGR’s PGR of the Year”, “Academic Performance”, “Contribution and Engagement” and “Outstanding Thesis”.
The PGRs also took the opportunity to surprise Andrew with a compilation video thanking him for everything he does for the School’s PGR community.
Andrew said “You always wonder how well attended an online event is going to be - well, this was brilliant! We got a lot of positive feedback - we (Henry, David and I) were even complimented on our bowties! Many people had also dressed up or had festive backgrounds. I was also very surprised (and very moved) by a presentation that the PGRs had put together about me. We will certainly do this again next year.”
PGR’s PGR of the Year
- Kisby Dickinson
- Clare James
- Clare James
- Khaled Alrashidi
- James Greenwood-Reeves
- Anthony Dixon
Contribution and Engagement
- Amy Gainford
- Dennis Cardinaels
- Tahir Abass
- Adam Buick – Adam was the first doctoral researcher in the School to have been funded by the AHRC White Rose College of Arts and Humanities.