Psychology Prize 2006

Psychology Prize 2006
9th December 2017 Stories

Psychology Prize 2006

Emily Ackroyd has been awarded the Caroline’s Rainbow Foundation Psychology prize. The prize is presented each year in memory of ex-York College student, Caroline Stuttle, who was murdered during her gap year in Australia (April 2002).

Marjorie Marks-Stuttle, presented 18-year-old Jodie with a certificate and £50 of book tokens. Emily planned to study psychology at Leeds University and hoped to work in clinical psychology to try to understand people’s problems.