Student Achievement Awards 2015

 

Group Awards

Society of the Year
ESN:RGU

Academic Society of the Year
Diagnostic Radiography

New Society of the Year
Language Society

Award for Continued Excellence and Consistency
Christian Union

Volunteering Project of the Year
Aberdeen Youth Games

Most Improved Society of the Year
Dumbledore’s Army

Most Improved Academic Society of the Year
Forensic Society

Student Leadership Award
IPE Society

Student Engagement Award
RGU:Nightline

Student Voice Award
Mental Wellbeing Society

Community Ambassador Award
Gaming Society

 

Individual Awards

Award for Continued Excellence & Achievement
Steve Mills (plus 1000 volunteering hours)

Volunteer of the Year
Lewis Eden

Society Person of the Year
Ashley Thomson

Freshers Team Member of the Year
David Munro

Full Scarlet Award
Ashley Thomson (plus 300 volunteering hours)

Half Scarlet with Distinction
Amy McNellis (plus 300 volunteering hours)
Lauren Jamieson
Lewis Eden (plus 200 volunteering hours)
Shadya El Shafiy (plus 300 volunteering hours)

Half Scarlet with Continued Excellence
Joanna MacQueen (plus 100 volunteering hours)
Michael Adamson
Tom Sadler (plus 200 volunteering hours)

Half Scarlet Award
Ashley Graham (plus 300 volunteering hours)
Charlotte Rigden (plus 50 volunteering hours)
Edward Pollock (plus 750 volunteering hours)
Ellen Laird (plus 50 volunteering hours)
Hilary Scott
Kerry Harrison (plus 50 volunteering hours)
Laurens Kromme (plus 100 volunteering hours)
Lisanne Heijne (plus 500 volunteering hours)
Louis Currie (plus 100 volunteering hours)
Martin McGourin (plus 300 volunteering hours)
Rosemary Gaw

Recognition Award
Aaron Lockhart
Aileen Macalister Wright
Andrew Coulter
Carol Stephen
Chloe Andrews
David Munro
Gordon Crabb (plus 300 volunteering hours)
Greg Hanson
Ian Moodie
Kimberley Smith
Lynne Fox (plus 50 volunteering hours)
Maeghan Reilly (plus 50 volunteering hours)
Niamh Healy (plus 300 volunteering hours)
Nicola Robertson (plus 300 volunteering hours)
Perrine Odorowiski (plus 50 volunteering hours)
Rebecca Lloyd (plus 200 volunteering hours)
Rebecca Shaw (plus 200 volunteering hours)
Regan Turner (plus 20 volunteering hours)
Robert Vinke (plus 100 volunteering hours)
Rory Buchanan
Ross Marshall
Sreejish Sreenivansan (plus 200 volunteering hours)
Zac Crawley

Student Achievement Award Certificate
Beth Telford
Caroline Orr (plus 50 volunteering hours)
Chantelle-Micha Ord (plus 50 volunteering hours)
Chloe Wilson (plus 50 volunteering hours)
Chris Burnett
Colin Wooly
Emma Burnett
Emma Diamond (plus 200 volunteering hours)
Hannah Skyner
Hannah Summers (plus 50 volunteering hours)
Hayley Dawson (plus 100 volunteering hours)
Joe Sutherland
Jonny Aplin
Julia Waack (plus 50 volunteering hours)
Karl Johnson
Kirsten Jack
Laura-Anne Riach
Leanne Fahy
Lisa Meredith (plus 50 volunteering hours)
Louise Mcdougall (plus 20 volunteering hours)
Marie Caulfield
Niaomi Gray (plus 20 volunteering hours)
Sarah Watson
Scott Sanderson (plus 100 volunteering hours)
Shadi Khakpour (plus 20 volunteering hours)
Shannon Schauer
Sophie O’Donnell (plus 50 volunteering hours)
Stewart Pitt (plus 200 volunteering hours)
Stuart Dilley

RGU:Go Green Halls Evergy Challenge Winners
Woolmanhill Flat 5

RGU:Go Green Volunteer Awards
Elaine Heinrich
Violeta Isusi Fagoaga
Simona Stojanovska
Izzy Thomson
Megan Keith
Ellyse MacDonald
Ciera Kennedy
Alistar Chanakira

Volunteering Hour Certificates
Jacob Laird (10 hrs)
Mercy Ogunnusi (10 hrs)
Katie Nicol (20 hrs)
Lydia Hui Mun Man (20 hrs)
Simona Stajanovska (20 hrs)
Catheryn Loach (20 hrs)
Karen Mitchell (20 hrs)
Anastasia Baka (50 hrs)
Caroline Ngondo (100 hrs)

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