Top performing Economics students recognized

Posted by Melt van Schoor on 2019-04-15

The Department recently celebrated the achievements of its top students of the previous year by awarding a number of prizes at a function held at the US Museum.

Top prizes for honours degree students went to Grace Bridgman for first place, while the second place prize was shared by four students, Euné CoetzeeTiaan Meiring, Alex O’Riordan and Natalie Luyt. For Master's degree students, the first prize went to Reid Falconer(*) and second prize to Felix Stips. The Sampie Terreblanche prize for the best essay about inequality was also awarded to Grace Bridgman.

In the undergraduate category, prizes were awarded for best students in first year to Lauren Tsafandakis and Bradley Moorcroft, for best students in second year to Emma Dachs and Elizza Frey, and for best students in third year to Joshua Peebles(*) and Olivia Bernstein. (* These students also won the Cloete medals for best student in postgraduate and undergraduate categories.)

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