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Global Award Commendation for SSESW Student

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School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work (SSESW) undergraduate Angela Rogan has been Highly Commended in The Global Undergraduate Awards (UA), the world’s largest academic awards programme. Angela's paper, A Fusion of Feminism and Foucault to Fight Pharmaceutical Crime, was assessed by an international panel of expert judges from some of the world’s leading academic institutions.  It was ranked in the top 10% of 4,887 submissions from over 300 global universities.

SSESW is supporting Angela to attend the Global Undergraduate Summit in Dublin to network with world-renowned speakers, academics and potential employers.  The summit also includes workshops designed to help students share research and begin their path after undergraduate study.

Speaking of her UA success, Angela said: ‘It’s a fantastic experience to be highly commended. I am excited about the summit, where I hope to expand my knowledge across multiple disciplines in conjunction with discussing my own areas of study within Criminology and Sociology. For me this represents a perfect boost for this academic year.’