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FSS Awards 2021

The UWI Faculty of Social Sciences annual Awards Ceremony to recognize outstanding academic performance for 2019-2020, took place virtually on February 4, 2021. Thirty eight undergraduate students and 109 post graduate students were recognized for receiving first class honours and distinctions respectively. In addition, special course and programme awards were presented to 15 MSBM undergraduates and 39 post graduates for outstanding performance. 

Mona School of Business and Management wishes to convey special congratulations to its top achievers for each graduate programme. These students - among others - were recognised at the Awards Ceremony.

POSTGRADUATE:

  • Amelia Abrahams - Distinction - Best Academic Performance, MSc Enterprise Risk Management
  • Othneil Blackwood - Distinction - Best Academic Performance, MSc National Security and Strategic Studies
  • Jodian Brown - Distinction - Best Academic Performance MSc Computer Based MIS; Best Overall Academic Performance at MSBM    
  • Danielle Douglas - Distinction - Best Academic Performance, MSc Marketing and Data Analytics  
  • Damion Dunbar - Distinction - Best Academic Performance, MSc Accounting Part-time (Mona Campus)   
  • Tamika Jolly - Distinction - Best Academic Performance MSc, Accounting Full-time (Mona Campus)    
  • Razan Richards - Distinction - Best Academic Performance, MSc Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Shari-Gaye Soares - Distinction - Best Academic Performance, MSc Corporate Finance Full-time
  • Lisa Spence - Distinction - Best Academic Performance, MBA Part-time (Mona Campus)
  • Sonya Thompson - Distinction - Best Academic Performance, MSc Corporate Finance Part-time
  • Jheanelle Warren - Distinction - Best Academic Performance, MBA Part-time (Western Jamaica Campus); Best Performance in the MBA Human Resource Management Concentration
  • Yanique Williamson - Distinction - Best Academic Performance, Masters in Business Management

UNDERGRADUATE:

Fifteen MSBM undergraduate students who performed at the top of their class for the academic year 2019/2020 were nominated by the Department for Faculty prizes. The students who were awarded these prizes were as follows:

  • Best Overall Performance in MSBM Undergraduate Programme and Best Overall Performance Management Studies – Nicholai Dyer
  • Best Overall Performance Banking and Finance – Shavone Smith
  • Best Overall Performance Entrepreneurship – Zara Holmes
  • Best Overall Performance Finance – Marissa Williams
  • Best Overall Performance Management Information System – Stephanie Gilzene
  • Best Overall Performance Marketing – Tamoi Linton
  • Best Overall Performance Human Resource Management - Chevelle Bulgin and Krysta Crawford
  • Best Overall Performance Operations Management – Kishane Johnson
  • Best Overall Performance Tourism Management - Rakeisha Williams
  • The Ernst & Young Taxation Prize  - Natassia Simms
  • The Ernst & Young Auditing Prize – Tyra Spaulding
  • The Ernst & Young Co-op in Accounting Prize -  Abbeygale Hope
  • Best Overall Performance in Accounting – Jodi-Ann Brown
  • Second Best Performance in Accounting – Judi-Ann Higgins

Watch FSS Awards 2021 - www.fssawardsceremony.com

 

 

 

 

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