College and university students honoured at NUS Scotland Awards 2015

Monday 23-03-2015 - 11:50

NUS Scotland Awards 2015 took place on Friday 20 March at NUS Scotland Conference

Students, students’ associations, union staff and student media were recognised for their achievements over the past year at the NUS Scotland Awards, which took place on Friday 20 March, at NUS Scotland’s National Conference. The awards celebrate the work of associations, union officers and staff, and those inspirational students that go above and beyond to help their peers. All those shortlisted for an award will automatically go on to be shortlisted for the NUS UK’s national awards. Details of the winners are below. 

Gordon Maloney, President of NUS Scotland said:

“It was an honour to help present the NUS Scotland Awards at our national conference in Dundee. The NUS Scotland Awards allows us to celebrate the hard work and positive impact that students and students’ unions have on campuses and communities. I’m always amazed and inspired by what students and students’ associations in Scotland are able to achieve, and this year is no different. Congratulations to all of the winners and nominees, and best of luck in the NUS UK awards.”

Campaign Award 

‘Engaged to Inspire’, New College Lanarkshire Students’ Association

Diversity Award 

University of Strathclyde Students’ Association 

Education Award 

Edinburgh University Students’ Association 

Student Officer Award 

Lorraine Simpson, Forth Valley College Students’ Association

Staff Award 

Claire Lumsden, University of the West of Scotland Students’ Association 

Student Opportunities Award

Joint award:

Queen Margaret University Students’ Association
Edinburgh University Students’ Association 

College Students’ Association Award

Glasgow Clyde College Students’ Association

University Students’ Association Award 

Edinburgh University Students’ Association 

Photos from the NUS Scotland Awards 2015 can be viewed here: 


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