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FACULTY OF HUMANITIES & EDUCATION HANDBOOK 2010–2011

those who have a limited knowledge of the language concerned, but no academic qualification;

those with academic qualifications, but whose knowledge of the language is deemed by the Department concerned to be inadequate for admission to normal Level I courses.

PRIZES

BWIA STUDENT OF THE YEAR PRIZE: This award is made on the basis of good academic performance, contributions to Guild activity, undergraduate life, the development or well being of the Campus, Hall of Residence activity where appropriate, and capacity for leadership.

HUGH SPRINGER PRIZE: This award is made to the most distinguished student in the final year of studies in the Faculty of Humanities and Education and the Faculty of Social Sciences on all three campuses.

The following prizes are given to reward students who have striven to obtain a level of excellence in their academic studies. These prizes are awarded annually at the Faculty’s Prize-Giving Ceremony which is hosted every October during graduation week.

COLIN AND PEARL KIRTON PRIZE: The student obtaining the highest mark (at least a B+) in the June examinations in any course on Doctrine in the Licentiate in Theology or the BA Theology programme is the recipient of this prize.

LEVEL I

CARIBBEAN STUDIES PRIZE: This prize is awarded to the student who produces the best Caribbean Studies thesis each year

FOUNDATION COURSES PRIZE: Provided the performance justifies it, a book prize will be awarded for the highest aggregate mark in FOUN1001 and FOUN1002.

THE FACULTY PRIZE: This is a book prize and is awarded to the student with the best overall results on completion of Level I of the degree programme.

THE MOKIMAN PRIZE: This is open to students in the Faculty across campuses and is awarded on a rotating basis to the part- time or evening student who achieves the highest marks in the first ten courses for the degree over a period not exceeding two years of part-time studies.

DEPARTMENTAL PRIZES: Departments award various prizes for exemplary performance in examinations.

THE KEMLIN LAURENCE PRIZE: This prize is awarded annually to the graduating student of the University of the West Indies, without restriction as to Campus, who, having achieved an Honours Degree, has attained the highest aggregate mark in eight of the Level II and Level III Spanish Language and Literature courses in the BA programme.

THE JOHN REINECKE PRIZE: This prize is awarded annually to the student who has the best performance (not lower than a B+ average) in the BA programme in Linguistics.

DEPARTMENTAL PRIZES: Departments award various prizes for exemplary performance in examinations.

HELEN CARNEGIE PRIZE FOR THE CREATIVE ARTS: This prize is awarded annually to the most deserving student in the Creative Arts

LEVEL II and LEVEL III

FACULTY PRIZES: These are two book prizes awarded to the students with the best overall results on completion of Levels II and III of the degree programme.

THE CHARLES HOLLINGSWORTH PRIZE: This prize is awarded to the Level II/III student with the best grades in the Spanish Major programme, and is intended to assist the awardee in pursuing an immersion programme in Spanish

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