Prizes awarded to Institute students 2012-13

26 November 2013

UCL Institute of Archaeology (Photo: Lisa Daniel)

Congratulations to Institute undergraduate and masters students who have been awarded UCL, Faculty and departmental prizes for the 2012-13 academic session.

Social and Historical Sciences Faculty Prizes

Dean’s List for Excellence

Students who are cited on the Dean’s List receive a certificate and their names were published in the UCL Graduation Ceremonies Handbook and announced at the Graduation Ceremony on 28 August.

  • Adam Bookless
  • Ben Horne
  • Sidharth Kaushal
  • Sally Morris
  • Manisha Pandey
  • Mary Plummer

Institute of Archaeology Prizes

Institute of Archaeology Master's Prizes for outstanding dissertations

  • Murray Andrews
  • Breeshey Harkin
  • Sarah Hoile
  • Kristen Kido
  • Maria Plaza
  • Laura Ware

Gordon Childe Prize for the best final-year undergraduate(s) 

  • Ben Horne
  • Laurie Hutchence
  • Sally Morris
  • Manisha Pandey

Bryan Clauson Prize for work in Roman Archaeology (jointly)

  • Isa Benedetti-Whitton
  • Henry Cassidy

Peter Dorrell Book Prize for Archaeological Photography

  • Sally Taylor

Ione Gedye Prize for Archaeological Conservation

  • For outstanding dissertation: Alison Foster
  • For outstanding practical work: Emma Payne

W F Grimes Prize for Environmental Archaeology (jointly)

  • Alice Gibbs
  • Billy Herring

Hellyar Prize for outstanding contributions to the life and work of the Institute of Archaeology (jointly)

  • Laurie Hutchence
  • Josie Mills

Roy Hodson Prize for the best dissertation in Prehistory (jointly)

  • Josie Mills
  • Eugenia Ellanskaya

Seton Lloyd Prize for Western Asiatic Archaeology

  • Maryann Kontonikolas

Douglas Murray Scholarship in Egyptology

  • Adam Bookless

Margaret Murray Prize in Egyptology

  • Tiffany Heasman

Edward Pyddoke Prize for fieldwork

  • Beth Hinton-Lever

Jonathan Rowe Prize for work in palaeoecology

  • Alec Ayres

Irene Sala Prize for lithic studies (jointly)

  • Fergus Byrne
  • Laurie Hutchence

Peter J Ucko Prize for Archaeology and Anthropology

  • Manisha Pandey

UCL Prizes

Sessional Prizes for outstanding undergraduate performance in Years 1 or 2

  • Alex Bliss
  • Claire Davey
  • Richard Kendall
  • Eleanor King
  • Hannah Mead
  • Helene Rey

ACE Scholarship 2013-14

Congratulations to Martin Banikov (MA Cultural Heritage Studies) on receiving the ACE Foundation Scholarship for 2013-14.

ACE Foundation logo

The ACE Foundation (Association for Cultural Exchange) has a long-standing relationship with the Institute, sponsoring an annual award for postgraduate students. The ACE Foundation funds overseas students who would otherwise not have the opportunity to study in such privileged conditions.

The ACE Foundation is a non-profit educational trust founded in 1958 by Philip Barnes. Based in Cambridge, their activities stretch across the globe whilst always retaining a local accent.