One of our new students in the MA in Ancient Culture, Religion and Ethnicity, Emma Ramsden, has had her paper, “Which Witch is Which: Understanding the Use of the Roman Witch in the Early Imperial Period”, ranked in the top 10% of all submissions in the category of Classical Studies and Archaeology in the Undergraduate Awards, an international program recognizing excellence in undergraduate student work. The UA assemble a panel of experts from around the world to assess the entries in each category. This year they received 6,432 submissions from students in 299 institutions across 47 countries. The winner in this category has yet to be decided. Emma has been invited to attend the UA Global Summit 2017 in Dublin this November. Congratulations, Emma, on this achievement!