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09 April 2013
In its third year, the annual Enriching Student Life Awards aim to recognise the outstanding support and guidance given to students from a range of staff, be that academic or administrative.
This year saw an unprecedented number of nominations from students, highlighting the sheer amount of staff members who go the extra mile to support their students.
Beth Button, Education and University Affairs Officer said: "Coming up with a shortlist from the huge number of nominations was very hard, not only due to the large quantity, but the incredible quality of the nominations.
"Each and every staff member nominated clearly goes above and beyond to help their students, and this was demonstrated through the nominations and testimonies we received. Whether it's academic, pastoral or through the support they offer, the awards are a fantastic celebration of the way in which our staff impact on the lives of their students at Cardiff."
This year’s shortlisted nominees are:
The Endsleigh Employability award:
Most Helpful member of staff:
Most Effective member of staff:
Personal Tutor of the year:
Most Uplifting member of staff:
Most Innovative staff member:
The Enriching Student Life Award:
All shortlisted nominees will be invited to an awards dinner held in Aberdare Hall on 9th of May, where the Vice-Chancellor will be presenting the awards. The awards for Student Academic Representatives will also be presented during this award ceremony.
Congratulations to all shortlisted candidates!
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