The Department of History would like to congratulate our newest alumni, including all those who participated in this week's Winter graduations ceremonies. We could not be prouder of our graduates, including the winners of our annual postgraduate prizes.
The first two prize recipients were Joanne Heather, who received M. F. Howson Prize for the best essay on a subject of local history, and Laura Noller, who received the Queen’s Studentship, which is given to the best-qualified candidate for a graduate course or a research degree in History.
Noller was also awarded one of the Irdell Prizes. These prizes are given to the student with the most outstanding academic performance in each of our postgraduate programmes. Noller received the Irdell Prize for MA History. The Irdell Prize for MA Digital Humanities was awarded to Emily Collins. The Iredell Prize for MA International and Military History was awarded to Alex Pomeroy. Max Casuba received the Iredell Prize for MA War and Diplomacy, and Nuala Todd received the Iredell Prize for PGCert in Regional and Local History.
The University’s Communications team have compiled a video of highlights from the ceremonies, which you can view on the Lancaster University YouTube channel.Back to News