Posted on 17/07/2012
Graduation ceremonies for undergraduate, Masters, and PhD students in PIR was held on 13 July 2012. The ceremony took place in the Chapel in Founder's Building.
Ten undergraduate students graduated with distinction, and the Department awarded three prizes.
- Andrei Dumatrache received the Driver prize for outstanding work done as part of a second or third year of study.
- James Lewis was awarded the PIR prize for the best overall result
- Hanaa Saif was awarded the prize for the highest dissertation mark.
Also graduating were Masters students who studied on the Department's streams in Democracy, Politics and Governance; European Politics; Global Politics; International Relations; and New Political Communication.
Finally, three PhDs were awarded:
- Lawrence Ampofo ('Terrorism 3.0: Understanding Perceptions of Technology, Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism in Spain')
- Yajai Bunnag ('An Evaluation of ASEAN’s Progress in Regional Community Building: Implications of Thailand’s Bilateral Relations and Extent of Civil Society Participation in Regionalism')
- Ruth Yeoman ('Meaningful Work and Workplace Democracy')
Video of the entire graduation ceremony is temporarily available on the College's website here.