Psychology graduate shortlisted for International Undergraduate Awards

Anne Kelly a 2013 graduate of Bsc(Hons) in Applied Psychology has been highly commneded and shortlisted for the Undergraduate Awards in the Psychology category for her essay Evaluation of how well theories of crime explain the existence of juvenile crime.

The top 10% of submissions have been named as highly commended in each category, selected from almost 4,000 submissions from 180 colleges
and universities internationally.

The Undergraduate Awards is the only international pan-discipline academic awards programme in the world, in operation across the island of Ireland since 2009 and operating globally since 2011.

The full shortlist can be found at

Congratulations to Anne and to Dr Grainne Kirwan who taught the Forensic Psychology module for which the essay was an assignment.

Story submitted by:

Dr Marion Palmer

18 September 2013