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The Patrick Keatinge Undergraduate Prize

There are three prizes for SS undergraduate students of Political Science: the Patrick Keatinge Undergraduate Prize (first awarded 2013), the Eddie Hyland Prize (first award 2018), and the Trinity Trust Prize (first awarded 1981). There is one prize for JS students of Political Science and Geography, the James Killen prize (first awarded 2015). There is one prize for SF students of Political Science, the Ronald J Hill prize (first awarded 2016).

The Patrick Keatinge prize was founded in 2012, and first awarded in 2013, with support from the Trinity Alumni Appeal in honour of Professor Patrick Keatinge MRIA, who was a distinguished member of the Department of Political Science, as a researcher and teacher, from 1963 to 1999. It is awarded annually to the Senior Sophister student, studying Political Science alone in SS year, who achieves the best performance. Value, €100 and a medal.

Recipients:

2017: Samuel Johnston (PPES)

 

 

 

2016: Neil Murphy (PPES)

Gavin Morrison and Neil Murphy

 

 

 

2015: David Beatty (History and Political Science)

 

 

 

2014: Anja Schoen (Philosophy and Political Science)

Anja Schoen and Dr Michelle Darcy

 

 

 

2013: Crispin Mäenpää (History and Political Science)

Crispin Maenpaa with Prof Raj Chari