Society’s new awards for students celebrate ‘positive attitude’

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    [post_content] => The Society is launching two new awards to give students from accredited courses the opportunity to nominate peers who they feel deserve recognition.

The first category celebrates students who have demonstrated kindness, consideration and support towards friends and colleagues. The second is for students who have shown a commitment to their study of homeopathy while overcoming personal, emotional or physical challenges.

“Being a student can be a potentially challenging – as well as exciting – experience,” said Liz Wootliff Professional Development Coordinator

“These awards are a great way of recognising that academic and professional achievement are not just about the work you put in but also about the positive way you go about that work.”

Winners will receive their first year of membership free (after qualifying) plus a place at the Society's annual conference on Saturday April 25, 2020 where they will receive their awards.

The deadline for nominations is January 31, 2020. Nominations can be made anonymously here where further information about the awards is also available.
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The Society is launching two new awards to give students from accredited courses the opportunity to nominate peers who they feel deserve recognition.

The first category celebrates students who have demonstrated kindness, consideration and support towards friends and colleagues. The second is for students who have shown a commitment to their study of homeopathy while overcoming personal, emotional or physical challenges.

“Being a student can be a potentially challenging – as well as exciting – experience,” said Liz Wootliff Professional Development Coordinator

“These awards are a great way of recognising that academic and professional achievement are not just about the work you put in but also about the positive way you go about that work.”

Winners will receive their first year of membership free (after qualifying) plus a place at the Society’s annual conference on Saturday April 25, 2020 where they will receive their awards.

The deadline for nominations is January 31, 2020. Nominations can be made anonymously here where further information about the awards is also available.

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