Update Wednesday 25th March 2020

April and May is awards season for Greenwich Students’ Union (GSU). We were looking forward to hosting the Societies and Sports Awards next month, followed by our Student Led Teaching Awards in May. However, due to the current Covid-19 situation, campus closures and uncertainty of when they’ll reopen, we will not be able to hold the physical ceremonies. We know there were a lot of people who were excited about the ceremonies; however, this doesn’t mean that the Awards are cancelled completely

On each ceremony day, we will be announcing the winners online – Societies Awards on Wednesday 22nd April, Sports Awards on Friday 24th April, and then SLTAs on Thursday 14th May. We will then hold celebratory receptions for everyone in the new academic year.

Nominations are still open for all Awards. We’re extending them to make sure that all our members have a chance to submit a nomination from wherever they are. Click the links below to find out more and nominate!

 

Sports Awards is where Team Greenwich comes together to celebrate club, team, and individual achievements in sport at Greenwich.

A wide range of awards are presented, including the coveted Club of the Year award, as well as celebrating those who will be graduating and have achieved Club Colours or Blues for their commitment and success during their time at Greenwich.

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Societies Awards is where we come together to celebrate our Societies for their achievements this year, none of which could be done without the hard work of their group leaders and members.

A wide range of awards are presented, including the coveted Society of the Year. This is certainly an event not to be missed!

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The Student Led Teaching Awards (SLTA’s) have been championed across Universities in the UK since 2013 as a celebration of partnership and best practice in teaching.

These awards acknowledge the excellent practice of Lecturers and staff members within the University – those who demonstrate their commitment to delivering the best possible teaching and supervision to students, creating profound and positive educational experiences.

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