Recipients of Student Prizes

The Trustees of The Tavistock Trust for Aphasia [TTA] are pleased to announce that specially designed badges have been created for all recipients of The Tavistock Trust for Aphasia Student Prizes.

The Student Prizes are now awarded at all universities who teach speech and language therapy in the UK, New Zealand, Australia, Canada and Ireland. The Trustees would like to invite all past student prize winners to get in touch with the TTA, so that a badge can be mailed to you.

United Kingdom University Student Prizes 2019-2020

  • Birmingham City University, Emma Dwyer
  • University of Strathclyde, Laura McMillan
  • Cardiff Metropolitan University, Nicola Davies
  • Sheffield University, Angelica Mouttet (shared prize)
  • Sheffield University, Min Lim (shared prize)
  • University of St Mark & St John, Amelia Poore
  • Newcastle University, Elle McWilliam (shared prize)
  • Newcastle University, Lucy Mills (Shared prize)
  • University of Essex, Sarah Murphy (shared prize)
  • University of Essex, Erika Mangialardi (shared prize)
  • City University, London, Helen Males

  • Leeds Beckett University, Caitlin Collins
  • University of Reading, Fay Strong (no photo)
  • University College, London, Laura Sunnucks (no photo)

Ireland University Student Prizes 2019-2020

  • University College Cork, Sarah Costello (shared prize)
  • University College¬† Cork, Sarah Duxbury (shared prize)
  • Trinity College, Dublin, Megan Hennessy

Australian University Student Prizes 2019-2020

  • LaTrobe University, John Pierce
  • Edith Cowan University, Deborah McLeay (no photo)
  • The University of Newcastle,¬† Rhianne Hoffman
  • The University of Melbourne, Wei Lin Ooi

New Zealand University Student Prizes 2019-2020

  • The University of Auckland, Robyn Gibson (no photo)


Canadian University Student Prizes 2019-2020

  • Dalhousie University, Asuka Endo
  • University of Toronto, Shanan Floto (shared prize)
  • University of Toronto, Carthy Ngo (shared prize)
  • University of British Columbia, Elaina McCarron