Student Engagement Awards

The 2017 sparqs Student Engagement Awards took place at the end of the sparqs Conference on Thursday 23rd March 2017, in a fantastic end to the day, which recognised and celebrated good practice across Scottish colleges and universities.

A huge well done to all of the shortlisted nominees and many thanks to all who submitted entries.

Congratulations to all the Award winners and runners-up! Click on each category heading below for further details of the winning entries and photos. 

Category 1: An initiative led by a students’ association in partnership with their university which has made the most impact on the enhancement of the student experience

Winner:

Undertaking an Enhancement-Driven Review of Student Representation ~ University of Stirling Students’ Union and the University of Stirling

Runner-up:

Evolution of Student Partnership Agreement ~ RGU: Union and The Robert Gordon University

Category 2: An initiative led by a students’ association in partnership with their college which has made the most impact on the enhancement of the student experience

Winner:

Be Engaged ~ New College Lanarkshire Students’ Association and New College Lanarkshire

Runner-up:

Learner Engagement Framework and its use in improving the student experience ~ Edinburgh College Students’ Association and Edinburgh College

Category 3: A co-curricular initiative/project (curriculum design/curriculum delivery/assessment) which has had an impact across the college or university

Winner:

Student staff partnership to create an interdisciplinary science skills course in a research intensive university ~ University of Glasgow

Runner-up:

West College Scotland Presents Moya – Minds of Young Artists ~ West College Scotland


Category 4: A student-led initiative across the college or university which demonstrates a clear commitment to equality and diversity and has had an impact across the organisation

Winner:

Levels ~ South Lanarkshire College

Runner-up:

Project Myopia ~ The University of Edinburgh

Category 5: University course rep of the year

Winner:

Kerry Perrie ~ University of Dundee

Runner-up:

Caliana Jakes ~ The Robert Gordon University

Category 6: College course rep of the year

Winner:

Joshua Smith ~ Lews Castle College UHI

Runner-up:

Lora Miller ~ Ayrshire College

Student Engagement Framework

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