Merton's Senior Organ Scholar was one of 13 shortlisted competitors, drawn from an extensive long list of organists aged 21 and under from across the world, who performed on the organ of St Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh.
Law undergraduate Niamh Kelly (2015) has been awarded the inaugural prize, and will attend the Federalist Society Student Symposium in the USA in March 2019.
Judy, who first joined the society as a PhD student in the early 1970s, will take up the role in January 2019, and serve as President for three years.
For the third year in a row, the judges have reflected the high standard of the essays submitted for the competition by choosing to include a runner-up alongside the two winners.
There were 62 entries to our Pre-Law Residential Essay Competition, launched in May and intended to encourage UK Year 12 school students to consider studying Law at Oxford.
A team which includes Professors Matt Higgins, Simon Draper, and Sunetra Gupta, will explain the science behind their most recent breakthrough, one which could lead to the development of an urgently-needed vaccine to combat malaria.
History and Modern Languages undergraduate Sofia Coelho's photograph was chosen as the winner at the 2018 Sustainability Showcase, which saw staff and students from across Oxford University gather to recognise the contributions they have made towards making its operations more sustainable.
The third year Music undergraduate, who sings bass with the Choir of Merton College, has been selected as one of a new cohort to participate in the scheme, which aims to nurture the next generation of talented ensemble singers.
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