Ede and Ravenscroft Prize
The annual Ede and Ravenscroft Prize, worth £1,000, is awarded for academic and significant extra curricular achievement and is open to full-time or part-time undergraduates, in any School of Studies, who are in their first or second year of full-time study (or equivalent, part-time).
1997/98 winners - George Gyader and Sarah O'Mahony
2006/07 winner - Rachel Newson
2007/08 winners - Verena Bayer and Emma Thistlethwayte
2009/10 winners - Katherine Clough and Rosa Jurarez
2010/11 winner - Alex Feuchtwanger
2011/12 winner - Katherine Clough
2012/13 winner - David Nevard
2013/14 winner - Helen Emery
UEA Excellence Award
Excellence Awards are 100 scholarships which recognise outstanding academic performance and students whose performance was the most improved whilst studying at the University. Full-time Home and EU fee-status undergraduate and integrated masters students registering at Stage 1 in academic years 2012-3 and 2013-4 are eligible for consideration at the end of their Stage 2 and Stage 3 year of study. Students will be eligible for only one award in any one year.
There are three types of Excellence Awards:
(a) Highest Performing Student Awards - These awards will be allocated to the highest performing students, assessed on the basis of the highest Stage average mark for the year.
(b) Most Improved Student Awards - These awards will be allocated to the students who have demonstrated the greatest improvement in their performance in the year, compared to the preceding Stage:
(i) For the scholarship awarded at the end of Stage 2, improvement will be assessed as the difference between the Stage 1 and Stage 2 stage averages. Students must have attained at Stage 1 a minimum mark of 55% at first attempt in each module and a minimum Stage average mark of 55% to be eligible for consideration.
(ii) For the scholarship awarded at the end of Stage 3, improvement will be assessed as the difference between the Stage 2 and Stage 3 stage averages. Students must have attained at Stage 2 a minimum mark of 55% at first attempt in each module and a minimum Stage average mark of 55% to be eligible for consideration.
(c) Norwich Medical School Student Excellence Awards - These awards will be awarded to students who demonstrate outstanding academic performance and clinical practice at Stage 2 and Stage 3. Allocation of awards will be determined by the School panel.
The awards will be divided across the University, with the allocation based on the student numbers for the eligible cohort(s). The exact manner of distribution will be reviewed annually. The award is a £1,000 one off payment. The University’s decision is final.
Dame Shirley Pearce Prize: Interprofessional Learning Poster Competition
The annual Dame Shirley Pearce Prize is awarded for the best poster which describes a project or activity carried out by a group of students to show innovative work inspired by Interprofessional Learning. Each member of the group receives a £50 prize.
2. UEA students who have completed any IPL event will be eligible to apply for this Prize.
3. Details of the Dame Shirley Pearce Poster Prize will be publicized to all eligible students with appropriate information on selection criteria, application timescales and process, value of award, date of presentation and IPL event where the prize will be presented.
4. To apply for the Prize, students will be required to submit a poster, which describes a project, or activity, carried out by a group of students to show innovative work inspired by IPL.
5. The poster shall have a minimum of two and maximum of five authors, unless an existing IPL group submit a poster together. The authors of a poster shall be from a minimum of two different professions.
6. Posters must be submitted electronically to CIPP. The deadline for poster submissions will be approximately one month before the Conference each year. Eligible students will be advised accordingly about where to submit and of deadline.
7. Voting will be completed by all participants (student, staff and service users) of the IPL event whereby the prize will be presented. The poster with the most votes will be awarded the Prize.
8. The Prize will be awarded for the first time in academic session 2014/15 and is worth £50 to each of the authors involved in the winning poster.
9. In the event of more than one poster submission being considered of equal merit, the Prize will not be divided. Instead, the Vice-Chancellor, the Prize donor Dame Shirley Pearce, and the Director of CIPP will decide the winner.
10. If in any year there are no poster submissions, or submissions of sufficient merit (i.e. if none fulfil the selection criteria provided to students by CIPP when the competition is first publicized (see 3.) the Prize shall not be awarded.