The University of Newcastle, Australia

Students recognised for their contribution to UON student experience and their future

Tuesday, 23 October 2018

Celebrating and recognising outstanding student contributions to the UON community and their future career was the focus of the 2018 Student Engagement Awards last Thursday 18, October.

The newly formed awards combines two previous events: the Campus Life Awards and the Industry and Employability Awards, celebrating the achievements of UON students who make a difference to UON life and who are actively paving their way to a successful future.

The 2018 Student Engagement Awards recipients were:

Campus Life Award

Winner – Ollie Cook
Highly Commended - Corey Dixon
Highly Commended  - Bhavi Ravindran

Volunteer of the Year Award

Winner – Corey Dixon
Highly Commended - Sufna Mohamed Nalim
Highly Commended – Kelsey Gray

Global Citizen Award

Winner - Kelly Mason
Highly Commended – Soleil Harper

Club of the Year Award

Winner - Indian Student’s Association of Newcastle University (ISANU)
Highly Commended - University of Newcastle Exchange Student Network (UNSEN)
Highly Commended - Newcastle University Mountaineering Club

WIL Achievement of the Year

Winner - Brigette Sloane
Highly Commended - Brodie Waterford

Intern/Cadet of the Year

Winner – Samuel Parker
Highly Commended - Bhavi Ravindran

Student Entrepreneur of the Year

Winners – James Bradley and Joss Kesby

Volunteers Commitment Acknowledgement for volunteers who had logged over 100 hours

Layla Beech – 210 hours
Nadene Budden – 145 hours
Mitchell Catt – 226 Hours
Tiana Edwards – 150 Hours
Emma Geethings – 139 hours
Katrina Hailstone – 238 hours
Sufna Mohamed Nalim – 152 hours
Alex Preston – 156 hours
Edward Tebay – 224 hours

Most Valued Partner

North Construction and Building
Port of Newcastle
The Australian Taxation Office, Gosford
Hunter New England Local Health District
Central Coast Local Health District
Mid-North Coast Local Health District

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