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Richard Murphy Memorial Prize


Richard Murphy

Richard Murphy was a gifted student on the BA Philosophy programme who tragically contracted and died of meningitis in his first year of study.
In 2002 the department established an annual prize for the student with the best performance in their finals. The prize was made possible with generous help from Richard's parents, Paul and Cathy Murphy, and former colleagues of Mrs Murphy.

The Richard Murphy Memorial prize is awarded in recognition of outstanding performance in the final year examinations of the BA Philosophy programme.


Winners

Alex Moran

2011

Winner Alex Moran.

Grote Professor Paul Snowdon and winner Tony Williams

2010

Tom Williams  presented with the Richard Murphy award by Grote Professor Paul Snowdon.

Grote Professor Paul Snowdon and winner Joshua Seigal

2009

Joshua Seigal presented with the Richard Murphy award certificate by Grote Professor Paul Snowdon.

Professor Tim Crane and winner Eysha Sethi

2008

Eysha Sethi is presented her certificate by Professor Tim Crane in the department's seminar room.

Winner Caroline Hodges

2007

Caroline Hodges is presented with her certificate in the department's seminar room.

Professor Tim Crane and winner Katherine Brooks

2006

Katherine Brooks being presented her award by Professor Tim Crane.

Winner Alexandra Roxburgh

2005

Alexandra Roxburgh photographed in the UCL main quadrangle after the graduation ceremony.

Winner Nadine Elzein

2003

Nadine Elzein accepting her prize in the department's seminar room.

Winner Gabriel Citron with Professor Jo Wolff with Paul and Cathy Murphy

2002

Gabriel Citron being presented his award by Professor Jo Wolff with Paul and Cathy Murphy.

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