LOUGHBOROUGH UNIVERSITY

T S Shipman Prizes 2002-03

Deputy Vice-Chancellor with Sophie, Alex and Mayor.Deputy Vice-Chancellor with Alex.Deputy Vice-Chancellor with Sophie.
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The T S Shipman prizes were presented by the University's Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Roberts at a ceremony held at the town's John Storer House. Also present was the Mayor Councillor Debbie Green.

Alex was awarded the prize in recognition of his work with the mentoring project at King Edward VII Community College in Coalville during the last three years.  this is aimed at breaking down barriers between teenagers who are underachieving academically and perceive university as something out of their reach.

Sophie was presented with the award following her work with local autistic children.  She has combined her work interest in psychology with work in the community by taking part in specialist training on the skills of befriending children with autism.  Since completing the training she has provided help and respite to the parents of an autistic child in the local area.

Group photograph.Pictured with Alex and Sophie are the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Phillip Roberts, the Mayor of Charnwood, Coun Debbie Green, Mrs Mary Morley, Revd McGregor and Alan Forsdick, Vice-Chair of Charnwood CVS Board of Trustees, CNF.

 


Prizes Committee
September 2003
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