STAR Awards 2019: Shortlist

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We are delighted to announce the shortlist for this year's STAR Awards presentation.

STAR Awards are the Union's student-led staff award scheme which seeks to celebrate Support and Teaching staff with Appreciation and Recognition.

The awards are a chance for students to thank staff members for going above and beyond in their efforts to support them, and for staff to receive recognition from their students.

The awards are open to all teaching and support staff across the university, including lecturers, tutors, technicians, cleaners, library staff, and many more.

Join us as we present awards and certificates to this year's winners in a ceremony taking place in the Amphitheatre of the Sir Ian Wood Building on Tuesday 14th May (3pm). Students and staff are welcome to attend.
 

Nominated staff members:

Amar Bennadji
Amy Arnold
Andrei Petrovski
Anna Lindahl
Anne Campbell
Ashleigh Henderson
Ashley Noble
Callum Kellie
Cameron Campbell
Cameron Ross
Cara Henderson
Christina Moir
Christopher McDermott
Colin Beagrie
Craig Leith
Craig Walker
David Blyth
David Wilson
Debbie Booth
Emmanuelle Rey-Marmonier
Euan Walker 
Eyad Elyan
Fiona Roberts
Fionnuala Cousins
Gayle Scott
Graeme Clark
Graeme Dunbar
Gregor Mailer
Hatem Ahriz
Helen Dargie
Helen Vosper
Iain McLenan
Iain Morrison
Iain Rowe
Ian Harris
James Cunningham
Jay Lytwynenko
Jennifer Elliott
Jo Taylor
John Isaacs
Jonathan Brown
Julie Jones
Julie Rankin
Keith Grant
Konstantina Martzoukou
Kyari Yates
Libby Curtis
Lynda Storey
Margaret McIntosh
Mark Zarb
Michael Agnew
Mo Tabib
Mohamed Amish
Morag Matson
Morgan Adams
Myra Mackenzie
Nicci Thompson
Paul Moran
Peter Chalmers
Quazi Zaman
Rachael Ironside
Roger McDermott
Ross McLean
Ruth Steele
Sam Assan
Shona Lily
Simon Fraser
Stephen Fiddes
Stuart Cruickshank
Susan Lawrie
Uche Iloka
Wendy Deegan

To find out more about the STAR Awards scheme, please contact Adam James Johnston, our President of Education & Welfare.

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