Catriona Fida wins Award for Neo-Victorian Essay

English student, Catriona Fida, has won the prestigious prize within the School of Social Sciences and Humanities of ‘Best Student Paper Award in Equality and Diversity’, being awarded £100 prize money.

The award recognised an essay Catriona wrote for her ‘Neo-Victorianism’ module, on the topic of disability.

Catriona’s essay was nominated by her ‘Neo-Victorianism’ module tutors, Anne-Marie Beller and Claire O’Callaghan. The essay was described by Anne-Marie and Claire as “critically mature, sensitive, beautifully written and, of course, in receipt of an excellent mark.”