Friday, May 18, 2007

2007 SET Awards

2007 SET AwardsEnter your best students for the 2007 SET (Science, Engineering & Technology Student of the Year) Awards. Entry costs nothing, and if your student is shortlisted it could lead to wide recognition and publicity for your teaching and your university. The SET Awards are the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland’s most important and prestigious national awards for undergraduates.
Entries are received in the following categories:

Best Aeronautical Engineering Student
Best Biology & Biotechnology Student
Best Chemical Engineering Student
Best Chemistry Student
Best Civil Engineering Student
Best Computational Science Student
Best Food, Nutrition & Health Student
Best Electronic Engineering Student
Best Information Technology Student
Best Maritime Technology Student
Best Materials Student
Best Mathematics Student
Best Mechanical Engineering Student
Best Pharmacology Student
Best Physics Student

The Awards are presented at a magnificent ceremony before an audience comprising of hundreds of technology students, academics, senior industry executives; as well as senior figures from government, scientific and technical institutions and the media. This year’s ceremony will take place at Alexandra Palace, London on the 20th September 2007.
The most outstanding student is declared the GKN Science, Engineering & Technology Student of the Year. This award is sponsored by GKN and is given to the highest scoring winner of all the previous categories.
As well as recognising the best science students, we also recognise the best lecturer! The SAGE Lecturer of the Year Award is sponsored by SAGE Publications, one of the world’s leading academic publishers and is given to the lecturer who nominated and taught the overall Student of the Year.
Entering is a simple ‘point and click’ process via the awards website: Read the Rules section before entering a student. If any of your students are working on exceptional projects, then now is the time to enter them – SET closes for entries on 20th July 2007.

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