Congratulations to three of our students, who have been included on the 2016 UNSW Science Dean's List.

Daniel Altman, Harry Gibbs, and Gregory Karanikas all attended last night's Dean's Awards at UNSW's ASB Lounge to celebrate this wonderful achievement. 

The Dean's List is an opportunity to acknowledge and congratulate the highest level of undergraduate academic performance. This mark of distinction is acknowledged on the student's University transcript, and with a certificate from the Dean of Science, Professor Peter Lovibond.

Daniel Altman and Harry Gibbs are both currently in their Honours years of the Advanced Mathematics program, while Gregory Karanikas is in his third year of Advanced Science, with majors in Mathematics and Advanced Physics. 

We warmly congratulate our students on this outstanding achievement!

The Dean's Awards are highly prestigious awards offered by the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering. They are designed to recognise the Faculty's high-achieving students – those who have a minimum High Distinction average (an overall cumulative myUNSW WAM of 85). - See more at:
(Pictured, clockwise from top: Daniel Altman with his mother; Harry Gibbs with his mother and grandmother; Gregory Karanikas)