AOP recognises student performance with prizes

End-of-year awards are received at annual prize-giving ceremonies

14 Jul 2015 by Emily McCormick

Third-year Glasgow Caledonian optometry undergraduate Fiona Buckmaster was the recipient of the AOP prize for ‘Best student performance in abnormal binocular vision.’

Ms Buckmaster received a £100 Foyles gift voucher, from optometrist and chair of AOP Scotland, Kevin Wallace.

During a prize-giving ceremony at Ulster University earlier this month, optometry undergraduate Una Bradley received the AOP prize for ‘Best student performance in law, management and ethics within the optometry degree programme.’ 

Pictured is Ms Bradley (centre), who was presented with the prize, a £100 Foyles gift voucher, by AOP councillor and Ulster University lecturer, Dr Julie-Anne Little (right).


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