U21 Symposium Posters - Winners announced

We are delighted to announce the winners of the U21 Symposium hosted by the University of Zurich.  Congratulations to all our superb winners.  You can see all the Symposium posters here.  


1. Most innovative, future-oriented project: This award went to the projects with the most the vision and ingenuity. 



Joint 1st Prize 
Empowering Students to Promote Sustainability in Higher Education Institutions: Sustainability Week Switzerland - Marie-Claire Graf, University of Zurich 

Sustainable Laboratories Program and RICS SKA: Gold Accreditation at University of Birmingham - Daniel Smith, Lydia Dutton, University of Birmingham



Joint 2nd Prize  
Creating an Age Friendly University - Nancy A. Pachana, University of Queensland

The Tyseley Energy Park - Martin Freer, University of Birmingham  

   


2. Most readily transferable project: This award went to the projects with the most capacity to be replicated by another U21 university.

Joint 1st Prize
 A Civic Engagement Module: Implementing Sustainable Development - Julian Paenke, University of Birmingham Empowering Students to Promote Sustainability in Higher Education Institutions: Sustainability Week Switzerland - Marie-Claire Graf, University of Zurich

2nd Prize
 Using Technology to Teach Students across the U21 Network about the Global Problem of Gender Based Violence - Caroline Bradbury-Jones , University of Birmingham, Institute for Global Innovation, University of Birmingham
 

  


3. Most impactful project: This award went to the projects with the most potential to make a real impact in the longer term.

1st Prize
 Warwick Solar Farm - Supporting The University of Queensland to Offset its Energy Needs - Jessica Gallagher, University of Queensland

Joint 2nd Prize
 KU Campustown: Leveraging University Youth to Improve the Local Community - D’Arcy Drachenburg, Korea University

Sustainable Laboratories Program and RICS SKA: Gold Accreditation at University of Birmingham - Daniel Smith, Lydia Dutton, University of Birmingham

 


4. People’s Choice: This prize was voted on by people viewing the Posters online

On Making University Workspace Clean, Efficient, and Safe Using 5S Technique - 
Kapil Gupta, Valentine Khumalo, Madindwa Mashinini, 
University of Johannesburg
     

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