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13 Jan 2020

2019 Loughborough Perry's Prize Winners

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On Wednesday 9th October, at the 2019 Engineering Placements Fair in the Sir Dennis Rooke Building on the Loughborough University campus, 18 Chemical Engineering students received the BP Perry’s Book Prize.

These prizes are awarded annually to the students who performed best during their first-year examinations and were presented to the students at the Engineering Placements Fair by Process Engineer, Stuart Lodge from BP.

The prize winners, shown above with their Perry’s Chemical Engineers’ Handbook:

Miss Hannah Jodie Elin Hopkins
Miss Kiranjit Kaur Dharni
Miss Rachel Alexander
Mr Cameron Harry Allpress
Mr Lawrence Bayne
Miss Imogen Ella Burrow
Mr Alexander Hugh Colegrave
Mr Joseph Matthew Collin
Mr Samuel Rhys Edwards
Mr Alexander Hannam
Miss Emily Victoria Heidrich
Miss Niamh Mallen
Mr James Marston
Mr Elliot John Pate
Mr Shivang Patel
Miss Rachael Shodeinde
Ms Li Xuan Yeo
Mr Michael Asolo-Ogugua

Dr Valerie Pinfield, Head of the Department of Chemical Engineering (pictured top right) stated:

“Our top-performing students completing their first year are awarded with a classic text, “Perry’s” - an invaluable resource for these Chemical Engineers of the future, which should help them towards their goals! Congratulations to an excellent group of students”

BP generously awards these prizes each year:

“BP is delighted to award the Perry’s Chemical Engineering Handbook book prize to Loughborough Chemical Engineering students.  BP awards the prize to support students who will provide future talent for the energy industry. The awards aim to recognise, reward and support academic excellence and the potential for future achievement.

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