KeeleSU Awards

The KeeleSU Awards celebrates the outstanding achievements of our students. From Volunteering Awards, Student Voice Rep Awards and KeeleSU Membership Honours, the awards aim to recognise all areas of student achievement.

The KeeleSU Awards recongise all areas of student life.

From Volunteering Awards, Student Voice Rep Awards and KeeleSU Membership Honours, the awards aim to recognise all areas of student achievement.

 

Entries for the 2020 Awards are now OPEN

The full list of awards criteria can be found HERE

 

Have a look at our 2019 volunteering winners below

Winner of the Malcolm Clarke Volunteer of the Year Lucy Whitehouse Winner of the Student Sustainability Award Thomas Guilbert-Newell Volunteer project of the year Teddy Bear Hospital and St John LINKS Community Health Day

(left) Malcolm Clarke Volunteer of the Year: Lucy Whitehouse

(middle) Student Sustainability Award: Thomas Guilbert-Newell

(right) Volunteer Project of the Year: Teddy Bear Hopsital & St John LINKS Community Health Day

The full list of winners for 2019:

 

 Student Voice Representative of the Year:

Alana Wheat

Student Voice Representatives: Above and Beyond Award (Highly Commended)

Jack Medlin

Student Voice Representatives: Above and Beyond Award:

Lucy Whitehouse

Lead Voice Representative of the Year Award (Highly Commended)

Alana Wheat

 Lead Voice Representative of the Year Award

Aiden McGowan

Outstanding Student Contribution

Michael Batterley | Eliška Camier| Sunjeet Singh | Daniel Hookins | Chris Shipley | Jack Karimi 

Kathleen Tan | Mark Reynolds | Mandy Gorst | Adam Goodwin

The Malcolm Clarke Volunteer of the Year

Lucy Whitehouse

Volunteer Project of the Year

 Teddy Bear Hopsital & St John LINKS- Community Health Day

Student Sustainability Award 

Thomas Guilbert- Newell

Honorary Lifetime Membership (This award is for students in their final year only) 

Joe Wright | Ian Wong | Yasmin Cantwell | Andrew Seabury | Jack Woodward | Laura Parry

Tom Snape | Ele Fisher | Sam Gibbons | Elliott Lancaster

Master of Swans:

George Blake