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Eva Agapaki recognised by Award for Outstanding Student Contribution to Education

Congratulations to Eva Agapaki who has been highly commended by a new award set up by the Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning to recognise outstanding contributions to education by students at the University of Cambridge.

In 2019, the Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning (CCTL) announced a new award to recognise the outstanding contributions that students themselves make towards enhancing educational practices across Cambridge - the Outstanding Student Contribution to Education Award (OSCEAs).

Eva Agapaki - a PhD student in the Construction Information Technology LaboratoryLaing O’Rourke Centre for Construction Engineering and Technology - was awarded a ‘Highly Commended’ certificate in the category of student representation - Departments/Faculties.

The award received over 100 nominations from undergraduate and postgraduate students for activities ranging from peer support, the development of inclusive practices and resources, and student representation in colleges and departments/faculties. The selection panel were very impressed by the quality and variety of nominations describing student efforts to enhance the excellence of Cambridge education and to improve the learning and teaching experiences of their peers through their voluntary or extracurricular activities. 

For further award details, see the OSCEA website, here.

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