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Student prizes

Willmoth Prize

The Frances Willmoth Prize is awarded each year for the best performance in the dissertation component of the History and Philosophy of Science Part II course.

2018 winners: Ruth Harvey (Magdalene), Rory Kent (Trinity Hall) and Sophia Luu (Clare)

Previous winners of the Frances Willmoth Prize

Bronowski Prize

The Jacob Bronowski Prize is awarded each year for the best overall performance in the History and Philosophy of Science Part II course and, from 2018, also for the best performance in the first half of the Part III course.

2018 Part II winners: Gianamar Giovannetti-Singh (Trinity Hall) and Nadya Kelly (Gonville & Caius)

2018 Part III winner: Jonathan Cooper (Pembroke)

Previous winners of the Jacob Bronowski Prize

Lipton Prize

The Peter Lipton Prize was endowed in memory of Professor Peter Lipton, a former Head of Department. It is awarded each year for the best overall performance in the History and Philosophy of Science Part III course.

2018 winner: Jonathan Cooper (Pembroke)

Previous winners of the Peter Lipton Prize

Redhead Prize

The Jennifer Redhead Prize was endowed by Professor Michael Redhead when he retired as Head of the Department. It is awarded each year for the best performance in the essay component of the MPhil course in History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine.

2018 winner: Arthur Harris (Christ's)

Previous winners of the Jennifer Redhead Prize

Rausing Prize

The Rausing Prize, endowed by the Rausing family, is awarded annually for the best performance in the dissertation component of the MPhil course in History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine.

2018 winner: Julian Menzel (Clare)

Previous winners of the Rausing Prize

Habib Prize

Awarded for the first time in 2018, the Habib Prize is awarded each year for the best performance in the essay component of the MPhil course in Health, Medicine and Society.

2018 winner: Elliott Reichardt (Girton)

Forrester Prize

The Forrester Prize was endowed in memory of Professor John Forrester, a former Head of Department. It is awarded annually for the best performance in the dissertation component of the MPhil course in Health, Medicine and Society.

2018 winner: Elliott Reichardt (Girton)

Previous winners of the Forrester Prize

McConnell Prize

The Anita McConnell Prize is awarded annually for an outstanding performance on an essay or dissertation that is based on an object in the Whipple Museum's collection. It was awarded for the first time in 2017.

2018 winners: Tabitha Burden (Newnham), Matthew Green (Peterhouse) and Hannah Resnick (Murray Edwards)

Previous winners of the Anita McConnell Prize