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MPhil student Heather Norton wins best presentation prize 2016

last modified Aug 23, 2016 01:06 PM
The ESD MPhil conference was held 11-13 July 2016 at the Department of Engineering.
MPhil student Heather Norton wins best presentation prize 2016

Photo Credit: Nelson and Harris

Presentations were made by the students and posters were on display in reception. Congratulations to Heather Norton who won the best presentation prize, and to Menna Dessouky who won the best poster prize (judged by library staff.)

The Annual MPhil dinner was held on 13th July in Magdalene College. The dinner in the Great Hall was preceeded by Reception drinks in Pepys Cloister.

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