2018 Departmental Awards Function

Posted on July 17, 2018

On 12 April 2018 the Department of Historical and Heritage Studies was proud to celebrate the achievements of its outstanding, top-achieving students. The event was organised by Mrs Karina Sevenhuysen and was hosted in the Merensky Library Auditorium.

The theme of the awards function was ‘We did it!’

More than 15 prizes were handed out, some being shared by students. Students shared their motivational mottos at the function and it was a moment of both reflection and satisfaction at the success of these students.

Well done to you all!

     

Deputy Dean, Professor Hennie Stander, welcomes students and their parents. 

Professor Karen Harris, Head of Department, addresses staff, students and parents. 

Mrs Karina Sevenhuysen, lecturer in the department and organiser of the Awards Function.

Michelle De La Harpe, winner of the Getaway Magazine Prize for outstanding performance in Heritage and Cultural Tourism at honours level.

Nicola Irving, winner of the Protea Book House, Walter Galloway/Nicola Stassen prize for outstanding performance in History at second year level.

 

Alison Massey, joint winner of the Protea Book House, Walter Galloway/Nicola Stassen prize for outstanding performance in History at second year level.

Simone Botes, winner of the award for the best research report by an honours student in History.

Elize Soer, winner of the JL Van Schaik Publishers award for outstanding performance in History at third year level.

 

Dominique Du Toit, winner of the JL Van Schaik Publishers award for outstanding performance in
History at honours level.

Marycke van Rooyen winner of the Sakabula Safaris and Tours award for outstanding performance in Heritage and Cultural Tourism at  third year level.

Wayne Dlodlo, winner of the African Historical Review award for outstanding performance in African History at second year level.

Nicola Irving, winer of the Southern African Historical Society award for outstanding performance in South African history at second year level.

Michelle de la Harpe, winner of the UP Arts Museums Book Prize for the best research report in Heritage and Cultural Tourism. 

Helen Nel, winner of the UP Arts Museums Book Prizes for the best Campus Tours guide. 

Liezie Calitz, joint winner of the UP Arts Museums Book Prize for the best Campus Tours guide. 

Matikoe Matsoso, winner of the he UP Arts Museums Book Prize for the best progress in Heritage and Cultural Tourism

Manuel van der Neut, winner of the Historical Association of South Africa certificate for outstanding performance in History.

Kieran Allcock, winner of the Rian Leith Award for outstanding performance in History at first year level.

 

Amy Henson, winner of the Carin & Thomas Bevan Award for outstanding performance in African History at first year level.

 

Lauren Syster, winner of the Botha Trust Award for outstanding performance in Heritage and Cultural Tourism at  second  year level.

 

 

Published by Ian Macqueen

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