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Bo Kelestyn shortlisted for Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence
We are proud of our Director of Student Experience Bo Kelestyn, who has been shortlisted for a Warwick Award for Teaching Excellence (WATE) which recognises outstanding teaching and support across the University. Bo has made a great impact since her arrival in Chemistry, we celebrate in her achievement of being shortlisted and wish her the very best of luck in winning the award.
Find out more about WATE.
Fabienne Bachtiger, part of the Sosso group, presented her research to dozens of politicians and a panel of expert judges, as part of the poster competition STEM for BRITAIN, on Monday 9th March in the House of Commons. The competition was strong but she won a Silver award for the excellence of her chemistry research, walking away with a £1,250 prize and medal.
STEM for BRITAIN 2020 Chemistry
Congratulations to Fabienne Bachtinger who has been selected to display her poster at the House of Commons as part of the Chemistry session of STEM for BRITAIN 2020.
If Fabienne wins the medal for best poster in her subject session she would become eligible to win the Westminster Medal for the overall winner.
Fingers crossed Fabienne!
Congratulations to Warwick Chemistry Student Ambassador, Joe Crowther, who won the Unitemps Student Employee Outstanding Performance Award. Our Student Ambassadors play a key role hosting prospective students and their guests at Open Days, providing an insight into the course and life at Warwick, and leading tours of the Department and campus. Joe was nominated by the Chemistry Department Admissions Team for his dedication and commitment, noting positive feedback from visitors, and describing him as a “delight to work with” and “a great asset to the team and the University”. Joe and his Personal Tutor, Dr Gabriele Sosso, attended the awards evening held at Radcliffe Conference Centre on Thursday 20 June.