Congratulations to everyone who put in nominations for the Student Achievement Awards Ball 2019! There has been outstanding work done over the past year by students and groups which improve the experience of students studying at RGU. The panel has reviewed all the nominations and created a shortlist of those who are nominated for awards. The Student Achievement Awards Ball is also an opportunity for RGU Union to recognise those volunteers who have contributed a great number of hours for the benefit of others, with over 320 students receiving volunteering hours certificates.

The winners of these awards will be announced on Saturday 13th April 2019, at the Sandman Hotel. Tickets are on sale now in the Deeview Student Store on Union Way for £35 and are available on https://www.rguunion.co.uk/shop/ which includes an arrival drink, three course meal, wine, entertainment, and awards! Don't miss your chance to see if you will win big at this year's Student Achievement Awards Ball! 

The following individuals have been shortlisted for either Certificate, Recognition Award, Half Scarlet Award, Half Scarlet with Continued Excellence Award, Half Scarlet with Distinction Award, Full Scarlet, Freshers Team Member of the Year, Society Person of the Year or Volunteer of the Year.

Volunteer of the Year Nominees

  • Barbara Kellie
  • Eilis Cusack
  • Irina-Cristina Bogdan
  • Lauren Taylor
  • Maria Popescu

Society Person of the Year Nominees

  • Christie Breen
  • Eilidh Southren
  • Laura Watchman
  • Stephanie Cullen

Freshers Team Member of the Year Nominees

  • Annalisa Brigo
  • Genavieve Jones-Purdie
  • Laura McMillan
  • Ryan Johnson

Individual Awards / Certificates Nominees

 

  • Alessandro Favaro
  • Amartya Yadav
  • Amberley Greensmith
  • Anca Elena Tomescu
  • Annalisa Brigo
  • Antoine Sebert
  • Areej Rahmani
  • Barbara Kellie
  • Becky Fidock
  • Ben McFarlane
  • Bernadett Sike
  • Beth Lauder
  • Bibo Keeley
  • Caitlin Reid
  • Cameron Taylor
  • Celeste Saji Kallookalam
  • Charlotte Little
  • Chloe Carberry
  • Chloe Spence
  • Christie Breen
  • Claire Vigot
  • Dale Leith
  • Diana Halifa
  • Edvard Enekes
  • Eilidh Southren
  • Eilis Cusack
  • Ella May Carter
  • Emily Glencorse
  • Emily Heron
  • Emmanuel Obasi Ogar
  • Erin Cornwell
  • Erin Gilmour
  • Erin Wyness
  • Evgenii Zorin
  • Fabio Rondina
  • Federica Vitale
  • Fionnghal Caldwell
  • Gabi Uzunova
  • Gemma Henderson
  • Genavieve Jones-Purdie
  • Gioia Brogioni
  • Helena Paterson
  • Hollie Smith
  • Hugh Fish
  • Ifechukwu Okwuosa
  • Iona Grant
  • Iona Proud
  • Irina-Cristina Bogdan
  • Jai Yi Nerissa Leong
  • Jamie Henderson
  • Jamie McGovern
  • Jennifer Laffan
  • Joanna Ross
  • Jolan Hegedus
  • Jonathan May
  • Joy Kennedy
  • Kai Rough
  • Katherine Jarvis
  • Katherine Ronning
  • Katrine Knudsen
  • Kelsey Drummond
  • Kene Okafor
  • Kerrie Johnston
  • Kiera Johns
  • Kiran Sandhu
  • Kirstin Tait
  • Kristian Karban
  • Kyle Henderson
  • Laura McMillan
  • Laura Simons
  • Laura Watchman
  • Lauren Kyle
  • Lauren Taylor
  • Linzi Reekie
  • Lizzie Buchan
  • Luke Rodgers
  • Maciej Rembiasz
  • Madlena Uzunova
  • Maria Popescu
  • Mark Dunphy
  • Matthieu O'Reilly
  • Megan Kerr
  • Megan Wilson
  • Mhairi Black
  • Mhairi McLellan
  • Michele Kee
  • Monika Lis
  • Niamh Bunyan
  • Nicola Will
  • Nina Dave
  • Nyameye Otoo
  • Patryk Switaj
  • Philip Tremmel
  • Rachel McLaughlin
  • Rasmus Tolonen
  • Raya Kovacheva
  • Rebecca Anderson
  • Rebecca Carnegy
  • Rebecca Hewison
  • Rebecca Noble
  • Rory Barclay
  • Rose Ross
  • Rose Wakeman
  • Ross Leven
  • Ryan Johnson
  • Sam Thiesen
  • Sani Kemppainen
  • Sanna Rafiq
  • Saoirse Brennan
  • Sara Torre
  • Sarah Jack
  • Sarah Millar
  • Shannon McManus
  • Shona Elder
  • Shun Wong
  • Sin Ping Choy
  • Stephanie Cullen
  • Stephannie Mather
  • Stuart Campbell
  • Tom Paterson
  • Tom Tie-Gill
  • Val Forbes
  • Victoria Saint
  • Vivien Yu
  • Zainab Olatunji

Society of the Year

- Drama Society

- RGU: Film Society

- 57'10 Society

- RGU: Christian Union


Academic Society of the Year

- Computing Society

- IPE Society

- Physiotherapy Society

- RGU Law Society


New Society of the Year

- EngON Society

- Nursing Society

- South Asian Society

- Mooting Society


Continued Excellence and Consistency Award

- 57'10 Society

- IPE Society

- IHI Society

- RGU: Film Society


Media Group of the Year

- Radar Magazine

- Purple Wednesdays

- RGU: Radio


Volunteering Project of the Year

- Way Out of Tune

- RGU:Nightline

- Physiotherapy Conference

- Chinese New Year


Most Improved Society

- Feel Good Society

- Drama Society

- Bulgarian Society

- Ice Skating Society

- Dumbledore's Army


Most Improved Academic Society

- D-Radz Society

- Midwifery Society

- Creative & Cultural Business Society

- Applied Social Sciences Society


Student Leadership Award

- Go Green

- 57'10 Society

- Duke of Edinburgh Award Group

- Computing Society


Student Engagement Award

- IHI Society

- IPE Society

- Physiotherapy Society

- Midwifery Society


Student Voice Award

- Chinese New Year Celebrations

- Equality Champions

- Photography Society

- RGU:Nightline


Community Ambassador Award

- Gender Equality and Feminism Society

- Feel Good Society

- International Student Committee

- RGU: Film Society

 

Student Group of the Year

- Duke of Edinburgh Award Group

- RGU: TV

- RGU: Nightline

- RGU: RAG

- RGU: Radio

- Radar Magazine

- Go Green


Most Improved Student Group Award

- RGU: Radio

- RGU: RAG

- RGU: Nightline

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