Education Studies graduate’s work shortlisted for global award
An Education Studies BA graduate has received accolades at this year’s Undergraduate Awards (UA) Programme and has been shortlisted for the global category of Education in recognition of two of her university essays.
Kelly Power’s essays, titled: “Echoes of the Enlightenment Child: School Spatialities Constructed and Contested” and “Towards a Libertarian Model of Social Pedagogy: Education without Coercion” were highly commended in the Education category of the Undergraduate Awards Programme 2017.
Kelly said: “I was delighted to learn that two of my essays had been highly commended. I'm very passionate about my fields of interest, and it's wonderfully encouraging to think that judges from across the world read and liked my work.
“It's immensely valuable to have my academic abilities recognised in this way, and helps me to feel more confident as I embark on further study.”
As well as becoming part of the UA Alumni network, she has also been invited to the awards ceremony in Dublin in November.
This year’s judging panel consisted of global experts to assess the entries submitted to the Education category. Over 6,000 submissions were received and Kelly’s work was ranked as being in the top 10% of all entries submitted.
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