Roland Levinsky Memorial Fund award winners 2011

Roland Levinsky Memorial Fund award winners 2011

Ben Anderson Millington

BSc (Hons) Geography with Geology

A research trip and production of a videography about ecology conservation in Ecuador.

Abbie Andrew

BSc (Hons) Psychology

A week long volunteer trip to Morocco helping 'The Street Kids Project' which provides English and Physical Education to children living on the streets of Marrakech.

Natasha Clare

Bachelor of Dental Surgery

Working alongside fellow students and the 'Vine Trust' providing free dental care to vulnerable river communities along the Amazon.

Craig-Lee Holt

FdSC Archaeology

Undertaking an archaeological work placement in Monmouthshire, Wales whilst developing the relationship between Truro and Penwith College and Trellech Archaeological Trust.

Rachel Fletcher

BM Medicine

Undertaking a medical work placement in Port Vila, Vanuatu working in a hundred-bed hospital. 

Lee Fordham

BSc (Hons) Sociology

Lee accepted the award on behalf of SIFE, a non-profit student organisation which aims to undertake projects to improve the quality of life for people in need. 

Aimee Goddard

BA (Hons) Music

Attending a week long summer school at Dartington International Summer School, taking part in sound installation and recording techniques courses there.

Alexandra Mehaffey

BA (Hons) Architecture

Alexandra helped to build a solar powered school in Uganda.

Tiffany Strawson

PhD, School of Humanities and Performing Arts

Tiffany used her award to organise performance workshops and produce a dance exhibition.

Nicholas Taylor 

MRes Sustainable Environmental Management

A research expedition in Cannakale, Turkey to investigate the production of seaweed biomass and renewable energy production from seaweed.

Alexandra Leeper

BSc (Hons) Marine Biology and Oceanography

Alexandra undertook a six-month internship with an environmental and marine consultancy company in Singapore.

Rachel Morris

MA Creative Writing

A three week volunteer programme in Tamale, Ghana, improving lives of the children in the local community with ongoing building tasks.

Jessica Waghorn

BEd Primary Education with Physical Education

Jessica travelled with 'Projects Abroad' to Sri Lanka for two months where she taught English and assisted teachers with their lessons.