Student Achievement Awards Ball: The Winners

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Our annual Student Achievement Awards Ball took place on Saturday 14th April at the DoubleTree by Hilton Treetops. These awards exist to celebrate of the outstanding work and commitment of our student volunteers, societies and groups. RGU:Union provides a huge number of opportunities for students to get involved, and each year thousands of students join these groups and volunteer tens of thousands of hours to supporting students, running events and improving the student experience.

Well done to all individuals, societies and student groups shortlisted for awards, and congratulations to each of our 2017/18 winners...


Group Awards

Society of the Year
Film Society

Academic Society of the Year
IPE Society

New Society of the Year
Creative & Cultural Business Society

Most Improved Society
Computing Society

Most Improved Academic Society
Physiotherapy Society

Volunteering Project of the Year
Purple Wednesdays

Media Group of the Year
Radar Magazine

Student Leadership Award
Duke of Edinburgh Student Group

Student Engagement Award
5710 Architecture Society

Student Voice Award
Gender Equality & Feminism Society

Community Ambassador Award
LivEco

Student Group of the Year
LivEco

Award for Continued Excellence and Consistency
IHI Society

Society Quality Mark Bronze Award
Feel Good Society
RGU Radio
Duke of Edinburgh Student Group
Drama Society
Gender Equality & Feminism Society
IPE Society
Physiotherapy Society
Photography Society
League of Anime

Society Quality Mark Silver Award
Film Society
IHI Society
Radar Magazine
Dumbledore's Army
Creative & Cultural Business Society
5710 Architecture Society



Individual Awards

Society Person of the Year
Jaimie Allan

Volunteer of the Year
Ross Leven

Freshers Team Member of the Year
Zoe Stevenson

Full Scarlet Award
Calhounnah Bain
Craig Robertson
Harmeet Aulak
Siobhan Carty

Half Scarlet with Distinction
Adam Johnston
Artemis Giatra
Danny Whitelaw
Kristian Karban
Sophie Houston
Thomas Perritt

Half Scarlet With Continued Excellence
Andreea Alexa
Corina Andrian

Half Scarlet Award
Alessandro Favaro
Barbara Kellie
Eilis Cusack
Irina Bogdan
Jaimie Allan
Jennifer Ritchie
Katie Alcock
Lauren Taylor
Lotte Helm
Lucy Ritchie
Lynn Lukiyanova
Mark DUnphy
Martin O'Donnell
Michele Kee
Neil Taylor
Otto Jutila
Rebecca Anderson
Ross Leven
Saffron Hickey
Sergey Sedeunov
Craig Osborne (Honorary)

Recognition Award
Aileen Walsh
Aimee Hynd
Alexander Campbell
Caitlin Baxter
Charlotte Little
Christie Breen
Emma Smith-Hunter
Evgenii Zorin
Genavieve Jones-Purdie
Gillian Barron
Kai Rough
Katie Rice
Laura Cheyne
Lottie Hirons
Mary Dimitrov
Mhairi Black
Nikhil Mair
Philip Tremmell
Stephanie Cullen
Stephannie Mather
Jennifer Robertson

Certificate
Abbie Stewart
Alana More
Andrew Knox Watson
Andrew Pacitti
Annika Mozer
Chris Naughton
David McAuley
Diana Nitu
Dugbatey Hoese Teye
Emily Glencorse
Farah Tahir
Gemma Henderson
Hollie Smith
Idowu Adewusi
Jack Stephen
Joanna Robertson
Karen Morgan
Kris Kelso
Matthieu McRae
Michaela Harmes
Niamh Bunyan
Nick McIntyre
Nicole Crane
Robyn Cockroft
Rory Barclay
Ryan Johnson
Scott Christie
Sean Murray
Kristin Tait
Sarah Millar

Engagement Award
Emmanuel Eke
Saffron Hickey
Ashleigh Gall 
Nezka Zupan 
Rachael McGeehin

Pride in Partnership Award
Sarah Millar 
Trish Grant 
Kathryn Duthie 
Sarah-Jane Reilly

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