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Outstanding Student Contribution Award

OSCA 2024 Nominations - Open Wednesday 27th March and Close Sunday 12th May

Congratulations to our OSCA 2023 Winners

The Outstanding Student Contribution Awards (OSCAs) recognise and celebrate the outstanding contributions of Warwick's students. They not only excel academically, but also find the time to campaign for good causes, fundraise, start small business, and work with local charities.

Meet some of our OSCA 2023 winners

Kieran Barry

Kieran has worked tirelessly to become a true champion of social mobility on campus.

In his role of Warwick Students' Union Widening Participation Officer, Kieran has advocated for a guarantor scheme for students who do not have access to guarantors for off-campus housing and worked with Report and Support to incorporate class and socio-economic status is considered within their training and process.

Read more about Kieran and his brilliant work.

Bethan Smith

Bethan has worked exceptionally hard alongside her studies to educate others on autism and other disabilities, and to advocate for equal treatment.

During her time studying abroad in Canada, Bethan won an award from the Alpha Phi International Fraternity and Sorority for her work as Director of Health, Wellness and Accountability. She produced the group’s first Disability Policy and arranged three talks covering her experience with disability, allyship, and educational content.

Find out more about Bethan's amazing work.

Sana Mittar

Sana founded the Global Volunteers Action Network (GVAN) in 2021, an organisation dedicated to promoting the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Sana's work with GVAN has received international recognition, winning her the Diana Award, Talerangs 25 under 25 Young Leaders Award, and the "Making a Difference in the Community" award from Warwick Students' Union.

Find out more about Sana's award.

Joel Cooper

Joel has made an outstanding contribution to Warwick's LGBTQ+ student community through his dedication to Warwick PLAN. Joining at its inception as Corporate Outreach Officer, he has secured funding to launch a comprehensive programme of events. Then, as Conference Director, his vision created Warwick's first LGBTQ+ Careers Summit taking place in May 2022. This event was instrumental to PLAN winning the Bright Network Diversity and Inclusion Society of the year 2021.

Find out more about Joel's award.

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