We’re a couple of weeks from graduation at Stirling and this seems like a good time to congratulate all our graduating students and to wish them all the very best for the future!
We’d also like to congratulate our various prize-winners, both finalists and students in earlier years of their degrees. This year’s recipient of the annual Simone de Beauvoir Prize, awarded to the student with the best overall performance in Honours in French, is Jennifer Chapuis who is graduating in French and Spanish, while the School of Arts and Humanities Research Prize for French has been awarded to Lewis Urquhart who is graduating in French and History.
This year’s inaugural Translation Prize for French was jointly awarded to Stewart Hogarth (French and Spanish) and Yuliya Ivanova (European Film and Media).
Among non-graduating students, congratulations go to: Channon King for the Best Performance by a Year 1 Beginner, Bethany Lambie for the Best Performance in Year 1, David Vescio for the Best Performance in Year 2 and Kitti Majoran for the Best Performance in Year 2 by a former Beginner.
Fantastic results all round!