20 July 2012
Congratulations to the class of 2012!
Cardiff School of Nursing and Midwifery Studies graduates celebrated their graduation yesterday with a formal ceremony followed by a champagne and strawberries reception. The formal ceremony took place in St Davids Hall in Cardiff, the reception in a marquee on the lawn in front of the University's Main Building.
We are hugely proud of all our graduates. Professor Sheila Hunt, the Dean of the School, had this message for graduates:
"You have achieved something very special, and I am proud of the care, skill and compassion you have demonstrated during your time with us. Now you can take those forward into your working life as a professional nurse or midwife."
Winners of School prizes were also announced at the graduation reception.
List of prize winners
The Eleanor Bradley Prize
Awarded to the Bachelor of Midwifery student who has submitted the best piece of coursework
Royal College of Midwives and Dean's Award for the outstanding Bachelor of Midwifery Student:
Bessie Louise John Prize in Nursing Studies
Awarded to students with the best performance in the Health Promotion Assessment
The Nicola Glenys Weaver Prize in Nursing Studies
Awarded to the student in each cohort who obtained the highest marks in their Dissertation
Alan and Cyril Body Educational Trust Prize
Awarded to the Bachelor of Nursing Student who achieved the best performance in Module Two
Monica Hughes Memorial Prize
Awarded to the BSc in Community Health Studies Student with the best overall performance in the Community Mental Health Pathway
Marchioness of Bute and Lady St David’s Community Health Prize
awarded to the Postgraduate Diploma student with the best overall performance in the Specialist Community Public Health Nursing Pathway
Lynda Marie Dunn
Joan Healy Memorial Prize
Awarded to the BSc Community Health Studies student with the best overall performance in the District Nursing Pathway
Master of Nursing Society Prize
awarded to the student who has submitted the best Dissertation for the MSc Nursing
Martha E Rogers Prize for the Development of Nursing Science
Awarded to the student who obtains the highest mark in the Developments in the Art and Science of Nursing Module