Annual prize for Criminology awarded to student
Criminology 11 June 2013
The prize, a cheque for £100, is awarded annually to the student who has made the best contribution to the development of the discipline at the University.
Head of Department, Dr Martin Doherty said 'Dan has made a big contribution to supporting his fellow students through the Criminogy Society, Open Days and many other activities. We congratulate him on his success and wish him well for the future.'
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