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Criminology students excel with research projects

16 March 2021

At Worthing College, we love to share the dedication and hard work shown by our students.

So, we’re delighted to shine a light on the work of our level 3 criminology students.

As part of their course, they recently completed an independent research project which saw them study the life and crimes of two serial killers of their choice. Prizes were awarded for the best completed project in each class, a copy of the book ‘Talking with Serial Killers’, written by renowned criminologist Christopher Berry-Dee.

Congratulations to our five winners:

  • Libby Mallock
  • Millie Patel
  • Ellie Patroklou
  • Georgina Quincey
  • Josie Smith

Commendations have also been given to:

  • George Bautista
  • Owen Bradley
  • Elliot Burgess
  • Amelia Calder
  • Sophie Croft
  • Alfie Gunner
  • Alisha Gutiérrez
  • Alfie Huggett
  • Naomi Marjoram
  • Kaitlyn Paice
  • Rosie Raynsford-Dyer
  • Ceris Richards
  • Danielle Richards
  • Gemma Roberts
  • Alexandra Sandekova
  • Sian Santineer
  • Kelsey Scott
  • Abdelrahman Shafik
  • Summer Sleep
  • Millie Townsend
  • Meda Volkova
  • Lily Wells
  • Millie Whiteside
  • Charlotte Yeo

Collectively their lecturers Louise, Emma and Zac said: “We continue to be proud of the resilience, adaptability, and enthusiasm our students have shown towards their current lockdown learning. “It is great to see them actively participating with, engaging in online classes, and producing some fantastic revision notes for the Unit 2 Criminological Theories exam.”

Keep up the great work guys!