Roland Levinsky Memorial Fund award winners 2013

Roland Levinsky Memorial Fund award winners 2013

Rebecca Abbott

BA (Hons) Geography

Volunteer with the International Volunteer HQ group in Mombasa, Kenya as a volunteer teacher. She will also assist teachers with their daily classes.


Jonathan Barry​

BSc (Hons) Applied Geology

Assisting with volcanology research conducted at the Montserrat Volcanic Observatory, using laboratory and field work collecting data from an active volcano.


Siân Bre​wer​

BSc (Hons) Geography

Will work alongside the SEEDS volunteer organisation in Iceland. Working in environmental, social and cultural volunteer projects.


Poppy Campbell

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy

A four week physiotherapy internship in Ghana's capital Accra working within the physiotherapy team based there. She will also have the chance to work alongside the physiotherapy team within the Ghanaian football association.


Michael Conner

BA (Hons) Architecture

Awarded funding to undertake the 'Day Skipper Theory' and 'Day Skipper Practical Test' to allow him to teach others to sail at the University yacht club.


Maxina Erangey

BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy

Volunteering with the El Shaddai Charitable Trust in Goa, India – a charity she has been involved with as a child sponsor and fundraiser.

Pernille Forsberg

MSc Applied Marine Science

An eleven day educational placement as a trainee at the Cetacean Research and Rescue Unit in Scotland.


Jennifer Harris

BMBS Medicine and BA (Hons) Music

Is undertaking a unique opportunity to work with Dr John Mondaro in The Louis Armstrong Department of Music Therapy at the Beth Israel Medical Centre in New York participating in their current research.


Stephen Haywood

BSc (Hons) Geography with Ocean Science

Will travel to the Arctic with Anthony Jinman's Education Through Expeditions company to experience the way of life there.


Zoe Langford

BSc (Hons) Physical Geography and Geology

Will travel to the Arctic with Anthony Jinman's Education Through Expeditions company to experience the way of life there.


Emma Pitkin

BSc (Hons) Animal Behaviour and Welfare

Volunteering at the Kwantu game reserve in South Africa undertaking a variety of conservation work and will experience working with elephants, lions and tigers.


Simon Stringer

BSc (Hons) Conservation Biology

Awarded funding to undertake a Basic Canopy Access Proficiency course which teaches basic canopy access climbing. Once achieved Simon will also be able to help teach first year students at trial climbing sessions.