University of Aberdeen: Principal’s Scholar award winners announced

University of Aberdeen students who have excelled during their first year of study have each been honoured with a Principal’s Scholar award.

At a ceremony held at the University’s Kings College campus on Monday evening, students who have demonstrated academic excellence or outstanding service to the University over the past year received an award.

As well as a certificate marking their achievements, the successful students each received a £1,100 bursary funded by Ede & Ravenscroft, the University’s robe suppliers. The award will also be recorded on their degree transcript.

The 12 Principal’s Scholar award winners are:

Aiyana Bruemmer-Gambles (MA Sociology)
Harriet Duffus (MA Spanish and Latin American Studies)
Helaena Fine (MSci Biological Sciences)
Alexandra Glew (MA History of Art)
Andreas Helledie (MA Economics-Finance)
Ross Hendry (MA Education)
Klara Kramer (BSc Computing Science)
Moira MacKenzie (MA Psychology with Counselling Skills)
Ben Temming (MEng Electronic and Software Engineering)
Benjamin Thomson (LLB)
Tessa Yau (MBChB)
Jagoda Ziombska (MA Anthropology-Archaeology)
As Principal’s Scholar award recipients, the students will occasionally represent the University as ambassadors at open days and other public engagement events.

As a University we are proud of our students and the contribution they make to university life, and this award is just one way that we can acknowledge their many accomplishments.”
Professor George Boyne, Principal
Commenting on the awards, Professor George Boyne, University Principal, said: “I was delighted to attend Monday night’s Principal’s Scholar award ceremony, and to meet some of the inspirational students who have excelled in the first year of their studies here.

“As a University we are proud of our students and the contribution they make to university life, and this award is just one way that we can acknowledge their many accomplishments.

“My congratulations go to all our award winners, and I wish them all the very best in their future endeavours.”

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