Our students win again!

Leicester students win again for making in impact in sustainability.

For the second year running, Leicester has won the Research with Impact - Student category at the Green Gown Awards.

Maths graduate James Boyd won for his dissertation "One, two, tree – calculating the carbon value of the campus"

We are particularly delighted winning this category (twice!) as it embodies everything Leicester stands for - research and teaching excellence tackling real world issues. We have a strong pedigree of collaborative sustainability-focused student projects as our students are, not only engaged with sustainability, but at the forefront of delivering impact.

Our students challenge us to do better and work alongside us to gather and analyse data and find solutions.

Attending the ceremony with James were last year's winner, Hannah Sellers, a Biological Sciences graduate who now works with the Social Impact Team and Asha Mistry, another recent Leicester graduate who leads the award winning Social Impact Ambassador's project with the Innovation Hub, that was also shortlisted in the competitive Enterprise Award category.

Fancy being next year's winner?

Leicester students win again for making in impact in sustainability.

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