MDXSU are excited to announce the shortlist for the MDXSU Awards 2019, celebrating the achievements of Middlesex University students over the past year.
We received hundreds of nominations from students and staff throughout the nominations period, which closed on April 3rd. There are ten awards in total, recognising this year's best societies, events and the outstanding contribution of student leaders.
Panels made up of elected student representatives and MDXSU and University staff reviewed the nominations and finalised the shortlists for each category, which you can now view below.
The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony in a central London venue from 6pm on Thursday 2 May, which all shortlisted students will be invited to. This is a free event, including a three-course meal and entertainment, as well as the all-important results! All shortlisted students will receive an invite directly or, if you are part of a shortlisted group, via the Society President. If you have any queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This award recognises the work of a Student Voice Leader who has spent the year working hard to improve the experience of students at Middlesex, engaging their coursemates to gather feedback and keep them informed, and building relationships with university staff. The shortlisted Student Voice Leaders are:
This award recognises students and student groups who have made a positive contribution to either a specific community on campus, the wider MDX community or the local community. The shortlist for 2019 is:
Hisham Kanan & Neda Mohamadi
Onco Nano Research Students Group (Fahim Hayat)
This award recognises students who have made an outstanding contribution to POW! Media. The panel were looking to recognise students who contribute to the magazine, radio or TV, or to events, marketing and the general development of MDX student media. The shortlist for this award is:
Every year, MDXSU supports students to set up exciting new societies relating to their studies, interests, background or beliefs. This award will recognise a society which has been established within the past academic year but which has shown dedication and innovation in reaching new members and has put on a number of successful events. The shortlisted Best New Societies are:
CSSA (Chinese Student Scholars' Association)
MDX S.T.E.M. (Science, Techology, Engineering, Mathematics) Society
Performing Arts Society
This award is to recognise a student or student group who delivered an event which showed innovation and creativity, demonstrated excellent project management and organisational skills, and which was successful in terms of attendance and enjoyable for guests. The shortlisted events are:
Chinese New Year Gala - CSSA (Chinese Student Scholars' Association)
Holi - Indian Society and Bollywood Society
MDX Got Talent - Singers & Musicians Society with POW! Media
Rudi Oppenheimer for Holocaust Memorial Day - Jewish Society
This award celebrates the hard work of our amazing student groups and the impact they make on student life at Middlesex – organising events, leading campaigns and providing opportunities for students to meet new people or learn new things. The groups which have been shortlisted this year are:
ISoc (Islamic Society)
Musical Theatre Society
Singers & Musicians Society
The judges in this category are looking to celebrate a student who has made an outstanding positive impact to student life at MDX by encouraging, empowering and inspiriing their peers, showing passion and enthusiasm as well as excellent leadership skills.
Elena Cabal Rodriguez
Check back following the ceremony to find out teh winner of each category!
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