Matthew Barton is the Global Winner in the History category of the Undergraduate Awards, an international competition celebrating academic excellence for undergraduate students.
The Undergraduate Awards Global Winners represent the top paper in each of the 25 categories in the competition. In 2018, they’ve received almost 5,000 papers.
Our Matthew has won this prize for the essay he wrote last year in the HIST3007 course, Making History.
The title of the essay is: “Pattern of the National Type: Australians, the Beach, and the Rise of the Lifesaver in the Interwar Period”.
Clever Matthew is being flown to Dublin in November to collect his award at Global Undergraduate Summit which will be taking place from the 12th - 14th of November 2018 in Croke Park Stadium, Dublin.
Please join us in offering congratulations to Matthew on this well-deserved success, as well as to his tutor, Dr Martin Thomas.
More info at https://www.undergraduateawards.com/ua-global-winners-2018/