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UCL undergraduates win Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) dissertation prizes

Successes in Developing Areas and Tourism and Leisure research

UCL undergraduates win Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) dissertation prizes

There have been two UCL successes in the 2009 RGS-IBG dissertation prize competition:

  • Richard Mallett (supervised by Dr Ben Page) has won the Developing Areas Research Group prize for his dissertation: ''It's like one leg is in the village, one leg is here": Transition, connection and (uncertain?) aspirations among urban internally displaced people in Kampala, Uganda'.
  • Teo Tsu-Lyn (supervised by Professor Matthew Gandy) also won the Geography of Tourism and Leisure Research Group Prize for her study: The future of the past: heritage conservation and tourism promotion in Singapore's Chinatown.

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