Values and Public Life student‚ Kevin Wong ′17‚ named recipient of the Undergraduate Awards Highly Commended 2016 for a paper he wrote in a VPL seminar with Professor Johann Frick. 

Wednesday, Aug 17, 2016
by aperhac

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Wong′s paper performed in the top 10% of the 2016 programme, and made the shortlist to possibly become one of 25 winners.


As a Highly Commended Entrant in The Undergraduate Awards, Wong has been identified as an outstanding academic at the international level. This year, there were 5,514 submissions from students in 243 universities across 40 countries. Wong′s paper, entitled "The Case for Pediatric Aided Dying‚" made it to the top 10% of all submissions in our Philosophy category, after being assessed by a panel of academics from universities around the world.