Academic prize-winners announced

9th September 2019

News, Student news

Eleven history finalists, who have been awarded first class degrees, are among Wadham students winning named College prizes following the announcement of results for 2018/9.  

The exceptional history results have led to the £275 Caroline Kellett Final Honour Schools Prize in History being divided eleven ways.

Achievements by more than twenty Wadham students have been recognised with prizes donated by Wadham academics, alumni and friends.

2018/19 Named College Prizes 

Henna Khanom: Caroline Kellett First Public Examination Prize in History 

Haleigh Bellamy, Rachel Collett, Lizzy Diggins, Sofia Elger, Jack Hunter, Rose Lyddon, Rozen Whitworth,  Keir Mather, Sebastian Rees, Greg Ritchie, Michael Kurtz: Caroline Kellett (FHS) Prize in History 

Piero Alberti; Adhi Senthil Kumar (proxime accessit): Collington Prize for performance in Science (FPE)

Marcus Davies, Andrea Doda: Derow Prize in Classics (FHS) 

Jack Wands: Eshag Prize for performance in PPE (FHS) 

Jacob Dodd: Fiddian Travel Prize in Spanish

Patrick Collins: Keith Dyke Prize in Biochemistry  

Isla Chaplin; Emily Kindermann (proxime accessit): Ockenden Prize in German 

Oscar Heath-Stephens: Penrose Prize in Second-Year Mathematics 

Tarafa Holford: Peter Carter Prize in Law 

Louise Mayer-Jacquelin: Christina Howells Prize in French 

Eduardo Beattie Eizaguirre: Sukumar Prize in Physics   

Kitty Low: Rex Warner Prize in Classics Moderations 

Jack Wands: Prize in Philosophy 

Kaashif Hymabaccus, Dan Lyness: Woodhouse Prize in Mathematics