Two Geography Students Receive National Recognition for their Dissertations
Congratulations to Emma Brown and Dylan Inglis, who respectively received national recognition from specialty research groups of the Royal Geographical Society for their undergraduate dissertations in geography!
Two Geography Students Receive National Recognition
The Department extends warm congratulations to Emma Brown and Dylan Inglis, who respectively received national recognition for their undergraduate dissertations in geography.
Emma Brown was awarded joint-runner up in the dissertation competition of the Race, Culture & Equality Working Group from the Royal Geographical Society-Institute of British Geographers (RGS-IBG). The review panel was very impressed by the quality of her dissertation. The title of her dissertation was, "Making sense of the Stolen Generation: An exploration into the logic underpinning the removal of Aboriginal children" and was supervised by Dr Penelope Anthias. Congratulations Emma!
Dylan Inglis won best dissertation from the Rural Geography Research Group of the RGS-IBG for his dissertation entltled, "Language and relational values: a Q-analysis of relations with forests in the Basque Pyrenees." This is an outstanding accomplishment, congratulations Dylan! Mr Inglis was supervised by Dr Andrew Baldwin, and a publication based on his research can be read in People and Nature, which is a journal of the British Ecological Society.
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