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Outstanding Student Contribution to Education Awards

last modified Nov 30, 2020 08:42 AM

After a successful pilot in 2019, the Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning (CCTL) have announced the results of this year’s Outstanding Student Contribution to Education Awards.

This award exists as an opportunity for members of the collegiate University to show their appreciation for our students' efforts in improving the educational experiences of their peers, and to celebrate their contributions to enhancing the excellence of Cambridge education.  

The students awarded an Outstanding Student Contribution to Education Award are:

  • Hamish Symington was Highly Commended in the categories of Access & Outreach and Peer Support
  • Laura Taylor was Highly Commended in the category of Peer Support
  • Marcel Llavero Pasquina was Highly Commended in the category of Peer Support

You can read more about the Outstanding Student Contribution to Education Awards, including the full list of Winners/Highly Commended and their nominations here: OSCEA Winners 2020.

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