The University of Newcastle, Australia

Students recognised for their contribution to UON student experience

Thursday, 2 November 2017

Celebrating and recognising outstanding student contributions to campus life at the University of Newcastle was the focus of the 2017 Campus Life Awards last Thursday, 26 October.

The Campus Life Awards recognise students who have made an outstanding commitment to the student experience at UON. Whether it be through working with a student club, volunteering their time, or working in other areas with students.

The Campus Life Awards and the 2017 recipients were:

Campus Life Award
Winner - Christy Mullen
Highly Commended - Phil Johnson
Highly Commended  - Dominic May

Club of the Year Award
Winner - Japanese English Club
Highly Commended - Newcastle University Environment Club
Highly Commended - Newcastle University Women in Engineering

Club Event (for clubs with less than 100 members) Award
Winner - Newcastle University Women in Engineering for Cocktail Connections
Highly Commended - University of Newcastle Quidditch Club for UNQC Midwinter Cup 2017

Club Event (for clubs with more than 100 members) Award
Joint Winners - University of Newcastle Business and Commerce Association for Hunter Coast Regional Experience and University of Newcastle Islamic Society for Multicultural Ramadhan Iftar 2017  

Global Citizen Award
Winner - Ashraf Abdelbaky
Highly Commended - Harsimranjeet Barr

Volunteer of the Year Award
Winner - Ellen Parker
Highly Commended - Harsimranjeet Barr
Highly Commended - Nicholas Smit

Volunteers Commitment Acknowledgement for volunteers who had logged over 100 hours
Monique Aganovic – 100 hours
Daniel Armstrong – 102 hours
Jackie Brock – 200 hours
Lauren Kempe – 116 hours
Reid McManus – 103 hours
Jack Moran – 100 hours

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