UCPNewsStudent and staff award winners for 2020 announced
Student and staff award winners for 2020 announced
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The annual UCP Awards is one of the highlights in the academic year and recognised the achievements, hard work, dedication, progression and support of students and staff. In total, there are 24 course academic awards and five special awards.
University Centre Peterborough would like to thank all of the students and staff who earlier this year nominated for the UCP Awards 2020.
Congratulations to the winners of these awards. Below are details of all the winners and on the download link there are messages from the Academic Director and Student Officer.
This is very special award for a student, who has been nominated by staff and students, as having improved the most in both academic and social aspects, alongside making a significant contribution to university life.
Dawn Farey, Level 6, Socialogy
Student Engagement Award
This award acknowledges the outstanding contribution from an individual student for their participation and engagement on behalf of their peers.
Rebecca Sharman, Level 4, Computing and Information Systems
Student Employability Award
This award is for an individual student who has actively engaged with employers and the Employability Hub to develop their career progression.
Emma Nicholls, Level 4, Psychosocial Studies
Outstanding Lecturer Award
This award is for a UCP Lecturer who has helped students throughout their studies providing quality lectures, tutorials and guidance over and above the expected standard.
Rob Stewart, Course Leader, Crime and Investigative Studies and Forensic Investigation
Outstanding Support Award
This award is a student only nominated award for a member of staff who has helped students throughout their studies providing support, advice and guidance over and above the expected standard.
Kelly Thomas, Lecturer, Sociology
Course Academic Awards
Based on a variety of elements of a student's academic life including academic success, contribution to group work (non-assessment based), support to their peers and progression within their academic studies.
ARTS, LAW & SOCIAL SCIENCES
BA (Hons) Archaeology and Landscape History Paul Hales
BA (Hons) Criminology April Alexander
BA (Hons) English Literature Charlie Wilson
BA (Hons) Media Studies Denise Ciobanu
BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism Chloe Randall
BA (Hons) Performing Arts Lewis Beaver
BA (Hons) Psychosocial Studies Lauren King
FdA & BA (Hons) Public Service Demet Ekmekcioglu
BA (Hons) Sociology Katie Angove
BSc (Hons) Accounting and Finance Milda Laukinaityte
BSc (Hons) Business Management Lubna Hussain
BA (Hons) Digital Marketing and Communications Megan Roberts
Postgraduate Diploma in Human Resource Management Gemma Francis
FdA Early Years and Education Mandy Woodward
BA (Hons) Education Studies (Top-up) Farzana Bibi
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
BSc (Hons) Bioscience Rebecca Whiteley
BSc (Hons) Computing and Information Systems Viktorija Garifova
Bsc (Hons) Construction Management Macaulay Anniss
BSc (Hons) Crime and Investigative Studies Anneka Cornwall
FdA Digital Arts Heather Charlton
BEng (Hons) Integrated Engineering Michael Caine
BSc (Hons) Sports Coaching and Physical Education Charlotte Rose