School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences

News

15 Jun 2018

Great success for students of the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences in this year's Placement Student Awards

Yesterday evening (14 June 2018) saw the announcement of this year's Loughborough University Placement Student Awards winners - and students and graduates of the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences were extremely well-represented at the event.

The annual awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of Loughborough placement students and the transformative opportunities that their employers provide. After weeks of public voting the winners were announced at an awards ceremony held at the University's Holywell Park conference centre.

This year's winners included:

  • Caroline Tarnowski (BSc Sport and Exercise Science) - Private Sector (up to 1,000) category, who won for her placement with the Gatorade Sports Science Institute
  • Mollie Drew (BA English and Sports Science) - Public Sector category, who won for her placement with the British Army's Health and Wellbeing Team
  • Laura Mills (PGCE in Physical Education) - PGCE category, winning for her performance across both of her school placements
  • Jack Needham (BSc Human Biology and MSc Sport Management) - winner of an Outstanding Contribution award for his work with Leicester-shire & Rutland Sport

Runners-up included Kayleigh MacLellan (BSc Psychology) and Bryany Cornish (BSc Sport and Exercise Science).

The School is extremely proud of the achievements of its students and congratulates all those who were recognised in this year's awards.

Thanks to all those who voted.

For more information about the excellent placement opportunities for students of the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, click here.