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BMAF Student Voice Competition 2010: RESULTS
Last month the BMAF Network was delighted to announce that there were Joint Winners:
• Stephanie Anderson of The University of Strathclyde Business School and
• Ernests Jenavs of The University of Manchester Business School
Reviewers for BMAF and the Association of Business Schools decided that both these submissions were of a similarly high standard. The two Winners, Stephanie and Ernests, receive a cheque for £250 from the BMAF Network, an iPod Touch donated by the Association of Business Schools, and a Certificate of Achievement. They will also be invited to attend the Higher Education Academy Conference in Hertfordshire on 22-23 June 2010.
There were many other very good submissions and from those the third place Runner-up is:
• Kirsty Chalmers, also at Strathclyde
As Runner-up, Kirsty received a cheque for £150 and a Certificate of Achievement.
To read a selection of submissions go to:
The Business Schools where the winning students are registered will be presented with a Certificate to recognise the positive environment that their student has described.
The presentation at Strathclyde Business School took place on Thursday 10th June with Richard Atfield, BMAF Assistant Director, and Joe Clark, Policy Development Officer for the Association of Business Schools, making their respective presentations.
With colleague Steve Paton, Professor Val Belton, received the certificate on behalf of Strathclyde Business School. – Val is also the Key Contact between the school and BMAF,
The presentation to Ernests Jenavs at Manchester Business School is provisionally planned for Thursday 8th July.
It is hoped that the outcomes of this competition will be aggregated and shared with business and management schools and students, and that some of the students contributing to this competition may be involved in future BMAF/ABS activities. The winning essays and a selection of other submissions can be accessed via the BMAF website.
Richard Atfield, BMAF Assistant Director: firstname.lastname@example.org 07824 519558