Mrs Mary Rose Chalmers congratulates Ms Graziella Rose Zammit surrounded by members of her family as well as Ms Zammit's family
Twenty-one-year-old Graziella Rose Zammit from Pembroke is this year’s recipient of the Alistair David Robert Chalmers (ADRC) Bursary. This award has permitted her to spend time in Spain this past summer furthering her knowledge of the language and culture of Spain at the University of Salamanca. Ms Zammit has just graduated top of her class with a BA(Hons) in Spanish & Latin American Studies from the University of Malta.
The ADRC Trust was founded in 2013 by members of the Chalmers family, in memory of their late son and brother Alistair, whose many interests included Hispanic Studies with particular reference to Latin America, where he travelled extensively and did voluntary work.
Present at the ceremony were Ms Graziella Rose Zammit and her parents Mr. Grezzju and Mrs. Rose-Marie Zammit; members of the Chalmers family including Mr Roderick and Mrs Mary Rose Chalmers, their daughter Mrs Amanda Kaye and her children Alexander, Francesca and Ellie, and their son Mr Nicholas Chalmers and his wife Julie and their children Chiara and Sole; Prof. Dominic Fenech, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Prof. Carmel Vassallo and Mr Francisco Ibáñez of the Department and of Spanish & Latin American Studies.