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Francesca van Tartwijk Awarded Robert Barnes Prize

last modified Nov 19, 2018 12:33 PM

 

Congratulations go to Francesca van Tartwijk, of the 2017 student cohort, who was awarded the Robert Barnes Prize (Chemical Engineering/Biotechnology) (established 2018) last week.  The prize is awarded to a graduate student who, having obtained a distinction in the examinations, attains the highest aggregate mark from among all Queens' candidates for that examination, in either subject.  

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