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Honours students receive GUF-100 prices and Aart Bosman Student Excellence award

05 July 2016

During the Summer Ceremony on Friday July 1, the winners of the (among other prices) GUF-100 prices and Aart Bosman Student Excellence Award were announced. Among the winners are Honours students and alumni.

The GUF-100 prices are awarded to excellent students, and comes with an price of €2500. The following Honours students and alumni received the price:

  • Welmoed Wagenaar, student Honours Master programme "Leadership: making the difference!", faculty of Theology and Religious Studies;
  • Danique van Vliet, alumnus Honours Bachelor programme, faculty of Medical Sciences;
  • Thomas Hoeksema, alumnus Honours Bachelor programme and student Honours HTSM Master programma, faculty of Science and Engineering.

Also, the best student of the GUF-100 winners was chosen and received the Aart Bosman Student Excellence Award. This year Thomas Hoeksema received this award.

The Honours College is very proud of these accomplishments and congratulates all winners!

More information: Talented students and researchers in the limelight at University of Groningen Summer Ceremony.

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