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PGR Awards: Celebrating our PGR Community

The PGR Awards celebrate the contribution of PGRs across the university as well as the staff who support them. Competitors in the other showcase events, 3MT and the poster competition also received their awards at the event.

 

Outstanding Contribution the PGR student experience/communityOutstanding Staff Contribution the PGR Student ExperienceOutstanding Contribution to Public Engagement Award
Recognising a student or student group who have enhanced the student experience or PGR community. Whether it's as a student representative, through organising academic events in their own field, or organising events that build the PGR community. Recognising a staff member or staff team that have enhanced and supported PGR student experience and community. Recognising a PGR student who has excelled in engaging the public with research
Winner: John Hudson and Sean Holm Winner: Dr Aidan Seeley Winner: Emyr Owain Wile
    Runners up: Anna Carter, Filppos Pantekis 

Public engagement winner Emyr congratulated by Rhian Morris

a man receives a certificate

Aidan Seeley receiving his award from SU education officer Carys

Man receives certificate from a shorter woman

 

Oriel Science Award

Recognising PGRs who have supported the work of Oriel Science in engaging the public in research from their base in the centre of Swansea

Three Minute ThesisPoster Competition
Winner: Roberta Chiovoloni Winner: Andrew Pulsipher Winner: Joella Manley
Runners up: Angharad Morgan, Alexander Riches Runner up: Emily Nielsen Runner up: Holly Morse

Andrew won both 3MT and best winners pose

Man with beard looking excited holding a certificate

Emily impressed the judges with her call to Think Zebra!

women looking happy holding certificate

This was winner Joella's first time entering a poster competition

women with long hair holds certificate