Congratulations to the semester 1 SME prize draw winners
19 March 2014
Your input has been collated and anonymised at module level and forwarded to your Module Leaders and Dean of Faculty.
Overall, there was a 5% submission rate increase to 30% for the semester 1 evaluation.
As a thank you for taking part, all students that completed their evaluations were automatically entered into the Student Module Evaluation prize draw. Each student had a chance of winning a 4th Generation iPad.
One student from each Faculty was randomly selected as the prize draw winner.
Architecture and the Built Environment winner: Jide Ogunro, PG Housing – Prize presented by David Dernie, Dean of Faculty.
Science and Technology winner: Don Gunasekara, UG Electronic, Network and Computer Engineering – Prize presented by Jane Lewis, Dean of Faculty.
Media, Arts and Design winner: Mersen Howes, UG Commercial Music – Prize presented by Alan Fisher, Music Head of Department.
Social Sciences and Humanities winner: Laylaa Malik, UG Social Sciences – Prize presented by Roland Dannreuther, Dean of Faculty.
Westminster Business School winner: Martina Perlasca, UG Business Management – Prize presented by David Hitchcock , Associate Dean.
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