Awards available for a variety of History courses Awards available for a variety of History courses

Prize for Distinguished Performance in the Year 1 Assessment

This annual prize of £100 is awarded for distinguished performance in the Year 1 Assessment.

Rules

  1. There shall be a prize to be awarded annually at the discretion of the Board of Examiners for the Year 1 Assessment for distinguished performance in the Year 1 Assessment. The value of the prize shall be £100.
  2. If in any year no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit, no prize shall be awarded.


2009/10 winner - Jessica Crown

2010/11 winner - Kerry Apps

2011/12 winner - Marianna Wysocki

2012/13 winner - Elliot Folan

£100


Prize for Distinguished Performance in the Year 2 Assessment

This annual prize of £100 is awarded for distinguished performance in the Year 2 Assessment.

Rules

  1. There shall be a prize to be awarded annually at the discretion of the Board of Examiners for the Year 2 Assessment for distinguished performance in the Year 2 Assessment. The value of the prize shall be £100.
  2. If in any year no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit, no prize shall be awarded.


2009/10 winner - Claire Price

2010/11 winner - Lucy Poulter

2011/12 winners - David Runciman and Kerry Apps

2012/13 winner - Jena Herbert

£100


Prize for Distinguished Performance in the Final Assessment

This annual prize of £100 is awarded for distinguished performance in the Final Year Assessment.

Rules

  1. There shall be a prize to be awarded annually at the discretion of the Board of Examiners for the Final Assessment for distinguished performance in the Final Assessment. The value of the prize shall be £100.
  2. If in any year no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit, no prize shall be awarded.

2009/10 winner - Emily Ward

2010/11 winner - Michael Schmoelz

2011/12 winner - Laura Chambers

2012/13 winner - Kerry Apps

2013/14 winner - Redd Meade

£100


Prize for Distinguished Performance by an MA Student

This annual prize of £100 is awarded for distinguished performance by an MA student.

Rules

  1. There shall be a prize to be awarded annually at the discretion of the MA Board of Examiners for distinguished performance by an MA student. The value of the prize shall be £100.
  2. If in any year no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit, no prize shall be awarded.

2008/09 winner - Christianne Gates

2009/10 winner - George Gilbert

2010/11 winner - Aleksandra Kowalska

2012/13 winner - Susan Haynes

2013/14 winner - Jamie Freeman

£100


Prize for Outstanding Work by a Part-time Student

This annual prize of £100 is awarded for outstanding work by a part-time student.

Rules

  1. There shall be a prize to be awarded annually at the discretion of the Board of Examiners for outstanding work by a part-time student. The value of the prize shall be £100.
  2. If in any year no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit, no prize shall be awarded.


2010/11 winner - John Wilson

2011/12 winner - Elizabeth Davison

2012/13 winner - Elizabeth Davison

2013/14 winner - Barbara Peek

£100


The Kristopher Harper Prizes

Two £100 annual prizes are available for two first year undergraduate students - one in the School of History and another in the School of Art History and World Art Studies who achieves the best overall performance in the year one assessment for their respective School.

Rules

  1. There shall be two Prizes awarded annually by the University to be known as the Kristopher Harper Prizes. The Prizes will be awarded annually; one in the School of History and one in the School of Art History and World Art Studies.
  2. The value of each Prize will be £100.
  3. The primary purpose of the Prizes will be to reward a first year undergraduate student registered in the School of History and a first year undergraduate student registered in the School of Art History and World Art Studies who achieve the best overall performance in the year one assessment for their respective Schools.
  4. The Prizes will be awarded by the Board of the School on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners concerned in the respective Schools of study.
  5. If two or more candidates for the same Prize are judged to be of equal and sufficient merit, the Prize will be divided.
  6. If in any year no candidates are judged to be of sufficient merit, the Prizes shall not be awarded.
  7. The recipients shall be required to attend an event for publicity purposes at which the Prizes will be presented by Kristopher Harper or his representative.


History Prize

2011/12 winner - Marianna Wysocki

2012/13 winner - Richard Attridge

2013/14 winner - Ryan Asquez

 

Art History and World Art Studies Prize

2011/12 winner - Sophia Szynaka

2012/13 winner - Ruth Law

2013/14 winner - Imogen Simmonds

£100


The Marian Taylor Bell Prize for History

The annual Marian Taylor Bell Prize for History, worth £125, is awarded for distinguished work in the second year of the degree course and is open to all students registered for a course leading to a degree in History.

Rules

  1. There shall be a prize to be awarded annually to a student registered for a course leading to a degree in History, to be known as the Marian Taylor Bell Prize for History.
  2. The value of the prize shall be £125 to be used by the recipient to purchase a book or books chosen in consultation with the Head of the School of History.
  3. The prize shall be awarded for distinguished work in the second year of the degree course. The award shall be made by the Head of School on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners.
  4. If in any year no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit the prize shall not be awarded; if two or more candidates are judged to be of sufficient merit the prize may be divided.


2009/10 winner - Michael Schmoelz

2010/11 winner - Jessica Crown

2011/12 winner - Samuel Baker

2012/13 winner - Lois Dawe

£125


The Medici Prize for History

The annual Medici Prize for History, worth £400, is awarded for the best work in history during the third year.

Rules

  1. There shall be a prize to be awarded annually in the School of History to be known as the Medici Prize for History.
  2. The Medici Prize for History shall be awarded for the best work in history during the third year course. The award shall be made by the Head of School on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners who shall take into account performance in course work in history.
  3. The value of the prize shall be £400 to be used by the recipient to purchase a book or books chosen in consultation with the Head of the School of History.
  4. If in any year no candidate is judged to be of sufficient merit the prize shall not be awarded; if two or more candidates are judged to be of sufficient merit the prize may be divided.


2009/10 winner - Alistair Dickins

2010/11 winner - Claire Price

2011/12 winner - Jessica Crown

2012/13 winner - David Runciman

2013/14 winner - Marianna Wysocki

£400


The Professor Jimmy Jones Humanities Foundation Year Prize

The annual Professor Jimmy Jones Humanities Foundation Year Prize is awarded to the student who achieves the best overall performance on the History strand of the Humanities Foundation Year who goes on to study the BA (Hons) History degree course at UEA.

Rules

1. This Prize is awarded to the student who achieves the best overall performance on the History strand of the Humanities Foundation Year who goes on to study the BA (Hons) History degree course at UEA.

2. The value of the Prize will be half of the amount available from the annual interest in the endowment account, the other half to be put towards the costs of the annual Jimmy Jones Lecture, hosted by the School of History, at which the Prize will be presented.

3. One Prize is available per annum.

4. The Prize will be awarded on the recommendation of the Board of Examiners by a panel comprising of the Head of the Interdisciplinary Institute for the Humanities, the Course Leader of the Humanities Foundation Year and the Head of the History strand of the Humanities Foundation Year.

5. If two candidates are judged to be of equal merit, the Prize may be divided.

6. There will be a maximum of two winners in any one year.

Not specified