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Vice-Chancellor's Medal Winners: Annika Bailey and Chrissie Quilty

Anni Bailey- VC Medal

David Greenaway presents Annika Bailey with a Vice-Chancellor's Medal

Recipients of the Vice-Chancellor’s Medal 2017 — an accolade recognising exceptional achievements by staff or students have been announced!

The School would like to say a huge congratulations to Annika Bailey (1st year PhD student) for going above and beyond in her various roles at Nottingham Nightline and demonstrating an ongoing passion to ensure that the service Nightline provides is constantly evolving to meet the needs of students and to Chrissie Quilty (English BA Hons graduate) for her dedication to the UoN Equestrian Club by raising awareness for Riding for the Disabled and Disability Equality and her work on the #RampingupEquality campaign. 

Anni's experience with Nightline:

"I was awarded the Vice Chancellor's Medal on 6th July for my role as Coordinator of Nottingham Nightline, 2016-2017. Nightline is a student-run listening and information service, providing an empathetic ear to students every night of term. We take calls on a wide range of issues, from academic stress to mental health and suicide. Volunteering for Nightline has been an incredibly rewarding experience and a privilege to help the organisation develop this year. I would encourage all students with an interest in helping others to get involved with Nightline because it is a fantastic opportunity to give back to university life and support your fellow students!"

Congratulations once again, Anni and Chrissie!

Posted on Thursday 20th July 2017

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