Welfare Awards 2019

Welfare Awards 2019

Monday 8 April 2019 17:00-21:00

Union 1 building (U Block)

For only the second ime in the history of The Students' Union, you can join us to celebrate the achievements of students and staff in the Welfare area.

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On Monday 8 April from 17:00 we will be holding our second ever welfare awards ceremony in the Union 1 building on Frenchay campus, guests will have the chance to network at the drinks reception. before we start the awards ceremony. Through out the evening there will be a number of awards presented as well as discussion of some of the years welfare highlights all this and an amazing buffet part way though the evening.

Our special guest for the evening will be confirmed shortly.

All nominations will be considered anonymously, in order to submit your nomination please fill in the survey at the top of the page.

Below are the awards catagories 

 

Awards

Student volunteer of the year

A student who has volunteered and been involved in different welfare related events at The Students’ Union and UWE Bristol, and championed causes around welfare and wellbeing.

 

UWE staff member of the year

A member of UWE staff that has shown dedication to the welfare of our students. They could be from any department or service in the University. Have they supported/encouraged you? Do they always ask how you are? Have they run mental health related events? Whatever it is they have done, drop them a nomination.

 

SU staff member of the year

A member of SU staff that has gone the extra mile in supporting work around student welfare, whether its supporting student projects, embedding mental health into what they do or being an active campaigner.

 

Team of the year

A group of people who could be from UWE, or The Students’ Union who have worked on improving students welfare at UWE.

 

Society welfare impact award

A society that has been involved in community or welfare based activities/events aimed at raising money for charity, improving the welfare of certain groups or people and also improving student wellbeing and raising mental health awareness on and off campus. Whatever it is, nominate them!

 

Dedication award

Someone who has gone above and beyond trying to improve our students’ welfare at UWE. From running campaigns, to helping a friend or colleague.

 

VP Community & Welfare award

A UWE Student that has not only volunteered, but led on campaigns and work around community and welfare.