Volunteering & Academics Awards
Volunteering & Academics Societies
- These are awarded to a tutorial series, lecture series or equivalent which has shown a high level of student engagement, course relevance, and outstanding quality of teaching. The teaching series has had a positive impact on the student body.
- The Best Science Teaching Series must be directed at MBBS Year 1, 2 or 4, or BMB 1, 2, or 3 students.
- The Best Clinical Teaching Series must be directed at MBBS Year 3, 5 or 6 students.
- Awarded to a society that has ‘grown’ substantially. This ‘growth’ can be an increase in members, events being held, engagement, etc. The society has a positive impact on the student body, is run effectively, working above and beyond expectations of a society, and has taken steps to be sustainable.
- The winning initiative delivered a project with a positive impact on the wider community which had good engagement and promoted the values of the Union (integrity, democracy, inclusivity, accountability and/or ambition). This initiative also has provided itself with the best opportunity for continued success into the future.
- This will be awarded to a society that engages regularly with its members throughout the year, allowing them to make the most of what the society offers. It will also be inclusive to all students and will deliver a positive impact on the student body.
- Awarded to a successful fundraiser which is shown to be innovative and distinct from others like it or from previous years. It is inclusive and engaging to all students, has a positive impact and outlook, and raises money for a charitable cause.It is not necessarily the fundraiser raising the most money.
- Awarded to a successful conference which is shown to be innovative. This could be a newly set up conference, or an ongoing one that has incorporated new aspects, talks or workshops. It has a positive impact on the student body and is inclusive to students across years at ICSM.
- Nominated by students (no self-nomination allowed), this is awarded to a student tutor, from any teaching series, that has gone above and beyond to help fellow students through their teaching.
- The Students Choice Tutor – Science is awarded to teaching directed at MBBS Year 1, 2 or 4, or BMB 1, 2, or 3 students.
- The Students Choice Tutor – Clinical Years is awarded to teaching directed at MBBS Year 3, 5 or 6 students.