Published: 09 June 2015

Surrey Graduate Awarded the Progress Network Award – Consultant of the Future

Huge congratulations to Michelle Hicks once again on her recent top prize winning achievements, Michelle is a real inspiration to us all.

Michelle is a hardworking and committed Surrey Graduate, on graduating Michelle was awarded the following departmental prizes:

1. ZS Makowski prize for the best performance in structures related in the final year of the programme
2. The Institution of Civil Engineers Student Prize - Awarded for the best performance in the penultimate and final years of the programme.
3. The Kier Prize - A prize awarded annually by the Kier Group to the student on an MEng course in the Department of Civil achieving the best overall performance in management over the final two years of the degree programme.
4. The Skanska Prize awarded to the student in the Department of Civil Engineering achieving the best overall performance in the assessed parts of the MEng programme in Civil Engineering.
Faculty Prize
5. In addition Michelle was awarded the Wells Medal for the best overall performance in Engineering in the Faculty

Just prior to that she has been awarded the following since Women in Property (WiP):

1) The Engineering Architecture Prize
An international essay competition held by the IStructE for graduates and students. The essay was to be written on a structure of your choice, and my essay concerned the quadripartite vaults at London Bridge Station.  The prize was £500 and an invitation to the annual People and Papers Awards Luncheon (which sadly I couldn’t attend due to exams!). I’m also hoping to get my work published in the IStructE’s magazine, The Structural Engineer, in the near future. Watch this space…
2) The IStructE Surrey Regional Group Student Prize
This was awarded me for me dissertation project “An Assessment of the Quadripartite Vaults at London Bridge Station” which was judged to be the best student project in the region.

3) The Atkins Prize
Again, awarded for my dissertation, but this time for being the project that has contributed the most to the civil engineering profession.

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