Psychology

Psychology Award

In the memory of Caroline Stuttle

Psychology Award for Students

York College’s psychology department honoured the memory of Caroline Stuttle by creating an annual Psychology Award. The award is presented each year to the top student who has shown real passion and drive for the subject.


Caroline had a passion for psychology and excelled in the subject. The award is to help motivate students who are committed to psychology and would like to pursue a degree in the subject.

Caroline’s Rainbow Foundation and York College have presented an annual Psychology Award to an outstanding student each year since 2002.

  • Psychology Prize 2007

    Emily Dunn, an ex-Millthorpe pupil who planned to study psychology as part of a Social and Political Science course at King’s College, Cambridge.

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  • 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

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  • Psychology Prize 2005

    Corinne Hepworth 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

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  • Psychology Prize 2004

    Alexandra Lloyd 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

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  • Psychology Prize 2003

    Amy Lee 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

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  • Psychology Prize 2002

    Elly Pegg 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

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