Top performers receive awards

Posted by Johan Fourie on 2012-03-23

The top student performers in the Department were rewarded for their efforts last night at the annual Department postgraduate function and award ceremony at the scenic Moore's End just outside Stellenbosch.

The recipients of the Genesis Analytics prizes, pictured, were Alexandra Doyle (best Economics 214/244 student with an average of 89%), Morné Hendriksz and Jonathan Reader (who share the Ibn Khaldun medal for the best Honours student), Megan Little (Genesis Analytics), Louis Jordaan (the second best third-year student that continues with Economics) and Friedrich Kreuser (the best third-year student that continues with Economics).

Hendrik van Broekhuizen, pictured with Andrie Schoombee, HOD, received the Cloete medal as the best postgraduate student in the Department with an average of 84% for his Masters. Hendrik is currently enrolled for his PhD in the Department.

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