FST students: Achievement Award and Prize Ceremonies, 25-27 March
21 March 2014
Each year, the Faculty of Science and Technology is delighted to be able to award a range of prizes and Achievement Awards to students who have performed particularly well in their studies.
We have already run successful events to celebrate these achievements for the departments of Complementary Medicine, Biomedical Sciences, Business Information Systems and Computer Science & Software Engineering.
If you are a student in the department of Psychology, Human & Health Sciences, Molecular & Applied Biosciences or Electronics, Networking, & Communication Engineering, join us for your department's event:
- Tuesday March 25, 5-7pm: Electronics, Networking, & Communication Engineering
- Wednesday March 26, 5-7pm: Psychology
- Thursday March 27, 6-8pm: Human & Health Sciences, Molecular & Applied Biosciences
All events will take place in the Pavilion, first floor, 115 New Cavendish Street.
No need to book your place - just come along on the day.
During the reception, certificates and awards will be presented from the Faculty Dean and you'll have the opportunity to enjoy refreshments with your fellow students and academics.
If you have any queries, get in touch with Laura Mattarini at [email protected]
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