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Winners 2017

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We are pleased to announce the winners of this year's Outstanding Student Contribution Awards, as chosen by a panel made up of the Registrar, Pro Vice Chancellor Education and the Students' Union.

Awardees to graduate in July 2017. Below is a brief summary, detailed information to follow after the award ceremonies.

Michael Andronicou

Michael Andronicou

Michael Andronicou has worked passionately to make a significant difference to the students at the University and to promote the University to external audiences, businesses and pupils in schools.


   

Ragavan Balendran

Ragavan Balendran

During his time at Warwick, Ragavan Balendran has made a substantial contribution to the welfare of others in the local community. Ragavan has been involved with Warwick Youth Phab, a Leamington based youth club for disabled and non-disabled youths, since his first year at university.

   

Reem Doukmak

Reem Doukmak

To graduate at the winter degree ceremony in January 2018.

   

Mohammed Eltayeb

Mohammed Eltayeb

During their time at Warwick, Mohammed Eltayeb and Zakir Fozdar founded eCrops, an enterprise perfectly placed between their interests of business and international development.

   

Zakir Fozdar

Zakir Fozdar

 

During their time at Warwick, Mohammed Eltayeb and Zakir Fozdar founded eCrops, an enterprise perfectly placed between their interests of business and international development.

   

Gareth Knott

Gareth Knott

 

Throughout med school, Gareth has worked with dedication and passion to help the university, his fellow students and the local community.

   

Martin Li

Martin Li

 

Martin Li has contributed to Warwick through his engagement with multiple societies. At
Enactus, he became involved in a social project called BeCEO, where he designed
workshops on business and entrepreneurialism for children in under-privileged
schools.


   

Susan Rutherford

Susan Rutherford

Susan Rutherford has displayed an outstanding and ongoing commitment to improving the lives of homeless people in both Warwickshire and nationwide.

Susan helped to found a University homeless charity, as well as opening and running a weekend night shelter for the homeless people of Leamington Spa.

   

Amy Sullivan

Amy Sullivan

 

Amy Sullivan has been an outstanding, dedicated volunteer during her three years at Warwick. She has volunteered for a range of projects including Warwick Youth Phab, Student Tutors SEN, Buddy Club, YMCA and Nightline.

Umar Taj

Umar Taj

To graduate at the winter degree ceremony in January 2018.

   

Jennifer Wheeler

Jennifer Wheeler

 

The Students Union team has worked very closely with Jenny over the past few years and she will leave a lasting, positive legacy to the University community and beyond.

Jenny Wheeler's positive contribution to the life of students at Warwick, especially disabled students, has been truly monumental. Being elected Disabled Students' Officer at the Students Union an outstanding three years running is clear evidence of her success and popularity among fellow students.