School of Health Sciences

Josephine Bardi awarded the Gertrude Cropper Award


Congratulations to Josephine Bardi, PhD student in the School of Health Sciences, who has been awarded the Gertrude Cropper Award in recognition of the progress made to her research and contribution to the postgraduate community. 

The University of Nottingham Tri-Campus Awards recognise accomplishments in research, publications, conferences, and contribution to the Postgraduate Community. Students are nominated across the University for excellence in a number of areas. 

Prize winners and their guests were invited to Graduate School's Tri-Campus 2019 awards ceremonies to celebrate the accomplishments of researchers across our three campuses.

Awards were presented to some of the University's top postgraduate research students by Professor Lucy Donaldson, Associate Pro-Vice-Chancellor for the Graduate School and Researcher Career Development.

Posted on Wednesday 15th May 2019

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