This Wednesday we are checking in with Linh Huynh from George Mason University who was highly commended in the Social Sciences category in 2015.
Matej Silecky from the University of California, Berkeley was Highly Commended in Gender Studies & Anthropology 2014. He graduated from UC Berkeley in 2015 with a major in Interdisciplinary Studies (Landscape Architecture, Russian, Film) and a minor in Theater, Dance & Performance Studies. He then completed additional coursework at Berkeley in Business, Marketing & Landscape Architecture, through Haas School of Business and the College of Environmental Design, UC Berkeley.
Mary Wang, a student at Western University and the UA Global Winner 2016 in the Languages and Linguistics category, was a recent guest on the 'Ontario Morning' radio programme broadcast on CBC Radio.
Professor Richard Muller, a UC Berkeley Professor Emeritus, has published a new book entitled NOW: The Physics of Time, which delves into the history of philosophers’ and scientists’ concepts of time, uncovers a tendency physicists have to be vague about time’s passage, demolishes the popular explanation for the arrow of time and proposes a totally new theory.
It’s ‘Where Are They Now’ Wednesday!
It's 'Where Are They Now' Wednesday!
Meet Becky Shaw who was Highly Commended in the 2015 Music, Film, Theatre & Art History category.
We are honoured to announce Mae Jemison, physician, professor and NASA astronaut, as the keynote speaker for The Undergraduate Awards Global Summit 2016.
Congratulations to this year's Global Winners in the 25 categories of The Undergraduate Awards 2016 programme. We look forward to presenting you with your gold medals at the UA Global Summit in Dublin.
It's 'Where Are They Now Wednesday', meet San Weng Kin!