Congratulations to all students who received an award, or honourable mention, at the UTAS Science and Engineering Investigation Awards prize-giving ceremony held on Thursday 21 September.
In an extraordinary effort, 33 students at St Mary’s College scooped up a total of 29 prizes between them.
The winners were presented with their awards in the university’s chemistry lecture theatre, in front of a packed house of more than 200 students, parents and teachers.
Well done to all the girls who participated in the competition. Their final results are a testimony to their hard work and determination, and cumulative of the College’s passionate and supportive Science Department.
UTAS Science and Engineering Investigation Awards – prize details:
Honourable mention – Amelia McMahon, Zoe Banks, Claire Ransom and Amelia Howell.
3rd – Isabel Burdick, Liliana Radic and Emma Downham.
2nd – Emily Walter.
1st – Caitlin Marr, Mia McKay and Lilli Westmoreland.
3rd – Sarah Haas.
Honourable mention – Sophie Williams, Caitlyn Pirere, Claire Jones and Anya Grimmett.
3rd – Ella Griggs.
1st – Lucy Eade.
Honourable mention: Eloise Deconinck.
3rd – Spriha Paudel and Keeley Hine-Haycock.
2nd – Lucy Ryan and Bridget Haydon.
1st – Saakshi Dhakal.
Winner Year 8-12 – Lucy Ryan and Bridget Haydon.
Runner-up – Emily Walter.
Winner Year 8-12 – Eloise Deconinck.
Health and Human Sciences:
Runners-up – Spriha Paudel, Keeley Hine-Haycock, Caitlin Marr, Mia McKay, Lilli Westmoreland,
Ella Griggs, Emily Keane and Isabelle Cox.
Winner Year 5-7 – Amelia Howell.
Winner Year 8-12 – Ysobelle Lane.
Runners-up – Claire Ransom, Zoe Banks and Saakshi Dhakal.
Winner Year 8-12 – Lucy Eade.
Popular Choice awards
Year 7/8 – Caitlin McDonald and Grace Burbury.
Year 9-12 – Ella Berresford, Claudia Barnes and Aleayah Chiffey.