Congratulations to the Class of 2014 who graduated this summer. Around 400 attended the graduation ceremony on 3 July at Southwark Cathedral to receive their degrees.
Professor Stuart Carney, Dean of Medical Education said: ‘A warm congratulations to all our new graduates. They have worked extremely hard and we are extremely proud of their achievements. I look forward to hearing about their future successes as they progress their medical career’.
The following graduating students were awarded prizes for outstanding achievements:
- Alexander Brazier- Jelf Medal Winner for the School of Medicine, awarded to distinguished themselves during their undergraduate studies through academic excellence and prominence in the social and sporting activities of the College.
- Thomas George Saunders - The School of Medicine Gold Medal, awarded to the best performing student in Phase 5
- Rachel Elizabeth Weaver and Evelyn Georgina McIntosh Brown - The School of Medicine Silver Medal, awarded to the second best performing student(s) in Phase 5
- Nabaa Ria –The Beaney Scholarship, awarded for the best performance in the Phase 5 OSCE
- Nicholas Alexander Branch - The Cheyne Edmunds Prize in Surgery, awarded for the second best performance in the Phase 5 OSCE
- Thomas George Saunders and Evelyn Georgina McIntosh Brown - The Legg Prize in Surgery (Shared), awarded for the best performance in the Phase 5 written examination
- Bethanie Lillian Rooke - the Stewart Rouquette Award, awarded for the second best performance in the Phase 5 written examination
- Rachel Elizabeth Weaver, Evelyn Georgina McIntosh Brown, Thomas George Saunders - Todd Prize and Medal in Clinical Medicine, awarded to the best and second-best performing students in Phase 5
- Alexander Edward Patrick Smith - GKT Rugby Scholarship, awarded for the top performing Phase 5 student who is also a member of the GKT Rugby Club
Comedian Jo Brand also received an Honorary Fellowship at the award, which was presented to her by the Chairman of King’s College Council, Lord Douro, and the Principal of King’s, Professor Sir Rick Trainor. Read the College story on the full list of Fellowships awarded by King’s this year.
The event is just one in a series of King’s graduation ceremonies which will see 6,000 students graduate this summer.