Social Work student wins Chancellor's Prize

Posted on Monday 25th July 2011

Social Work student, Sarah Bennett, has won the University's Chancellor's Prize.

The Chancellor's Prize was founded to commemorate the services rendered to the University by Viscount Cecil of Chelwood as Chancellor of the University. The prize is open annually to mature undergraduates, who are at least 21 years of age in the year of entry to the University, in the final year of a course leading to a first degree. The winner is selected on the basis of academic progress and performance through the course and on contribution to the general life of the University.

Sarah will receive £150 prize money, a commemorative bookplate and £150 worth of silverware, as well as her certificate when she graduates in December.