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NUS Scotland has announced the finalists for the second annual NUS Scotland Awards.

The winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at NUS Scotland’s national conference on 3 March in Irvine. 

Robin Parker, President of NUS Scotland, said: “NUS Scotland Awards 2012, now in its second year, recognises the inspirational work that students and students’ association across Scotland do every day. The awards highlight the daily achievements of students and students' associations that often go unnoticed outside of their campus or community.

“NUS Scotland received close to 100 nominations for awards ranging from best College Union and Student Media to Community Relations and Best Club/Society. By recognising these students, and automatically entering them into the national NUS Awards event, we hope other students will be inspired to get involved in students' associations and broaden their student experience.”

Campaign of the Year

John Wheatley College Students' Association, Our Future Our Fight

University of Abertay Dundee Students' Association,  Hands Off Abertay

University of Strathclyde Students' Association, Save Our Subjects

 

Club or Society of the Year

Aberdeen University Students' Association, Ab Fab Society

Aberdeen University Students' Association, Dance Society

Edinburgh University Students' Association, Nightline Society

 

College Students’ Union of the Year

John Wheatley College Students' Association

Banff & Buchan College Students' Association

City of Glasgow College Students' Association

 

University Students’ Union of the Year

Heriot-Watt University Students' Association                  

University of the West of Scotland Students' Association

Aberdeen University Students' Association  

 

Community Relations Award

University of Strathclyde Students' Association

Edinburgh University Students' Association

Aberdeen University Students' Association

 

Course Rep of the Year

Gemma Young, Jewel and Esk College Students' Association

Vicki Inglis, Heriot-Watt University Students' Association

Karina Zile, University of Strathclyde Students' Association

Gerry McDonnell, University of Strathclyde Student' Association

 

Endsleigh Student of the Year

Gary Paterson, Angus College

Gemma Riddell, Aberdeen University

Tatiana Zorina, Angus College

 

Equality and Diversity Award

Banff & Buchan College Students' Association

Aberdeen University Students' Association

University of Strathclyde Students' Association

 

Students’ Union Staff Member of the Year

Lizzie Brough, Edinburgh University Students' Association

Annie Rankin, Jewel and Esk College Students' Association

Ian McCartney, University of Strathclyde Students' Association

 

Student Media Award

Air3 Radio, University of Stirling

Fresh Air News Team, Edinburgh University

Glasgow Journal

 

Journalist of the Year

Alan Robertson, Glasgow Journal, University of Strathclyde

Olivia Pires, Glasgow Journal, University of Strathclyde

Liam Beattie, Air 3 Radio, University of Stirling

 

Student Unionist of the Year

Emma Iwanow, City of Glasgow College Students' Association

Daphne Heijelberg, Aberdeen University Students' Association

Stacey Devine, Reid Kerr College Students' Association

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