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20 Jul 2017

Chemical Engineering Graduation 2017

Jack Wolseley being presented with his prize

On 19th July, our Graduands became the latest Chemical Engineering Graduates.

In order to celebrate the event, parents and supporters came together with the students and staff for a buffet lunch where prizes were awarded and students shared their next steps in their careers.

Prizes were awarded by Head of Department, Richard Holdich:

Placement Enterprise Award

Jack Wolseley (top photograph)

Gareth Pym being presented with his prize BP Chemicals Design Prize - Best MEng Individual Design

Gareth Pym (pictured opposite)

Intelligent Energy Prize - the Highest Scoring Finalist

Gareth Pym

BP Chemicals Design Prize (Best MEng Indiv Design)

Gareth Pym

 

Toby Armstrong being presented with his prize

Hannah Smith being presented with her prizeDepartment Project Prize - Best Research Project

 

Toby Armstrong (pictured opposite)

Hannah Smith (pictured opposite)

 

Chemical Engineering Department BEng Design Prize

 

Hannah Smith

 

Robert Amako being presented with his prize Michael Edwards Memorial Prize - best dissertation

 

Robert Amako (BEng) - pictured opposite

 

Nerea del Saz Raimundo (MEng) - not present

 

Ricky Towell being presented with his prize IChemE Food and Drink SIG – Undergraduate Project Prize

 

Ricky Towell (opposite)‌

 

H.K. Suttle Prize

 

Cameron Halliday (not present)

 

We wish our Graduates all the very best for the future and look forward to hearing about their successes in engineering!