Psychology Prize 2016

York College presents an annual Psychology Prize to an outstanding student.

The college Psychology Department honoured the memory of Caroline Stuttle as she had a passion for Psychology and excelled in the subject. The prize is to help and motivate students who are committed to Psychology and would like to pursue a degree in the subject. Established in 2002

Keenly Horne, an outstanding student studying psychology at York College has been awarded a prize by the Caroline’s Rainbow Foundation.

Keenly was presented with the annual prize by Marjorie Marks-Stuttle, in memory of her daughter Caroline, who was murdered during a gap year in Australia in 2002. The foundation was set up after her death to help other young people travelling around the world.