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Naultilus prizewinners

Twenty-two GTC students have received Nautilus Awards from Green Templeton in recognition of their exceptional achievements and contribution to the vibrant life of the student community over the last academic year.

Nautilus Awards are made to students who have enhanced the College's reputation throughout the University through their outstanding athletic or academic achievement, or who have enriched the life of the student community through their contribution to College life.

Winners are nominated by fellow students and are selected by a small panel of College officers.

All the winners received a certificate and a piece of specially-designed silver Nautilus jewellery. The presentations were made at the College Summer Garden Party on Saturday 21 June.

The Nautilus Award winners 2014 are:

Academic Achievement

Irina Fedorenko (DPhil Geography and the Environment)
For her work in establishing the Chinese Environment and Health Research group.

Sam Franzen (DPhil Clinical Medicine)
For publication record and conference presentations, including presentation to the World Health Summit, and for academic leadership.

Barnabas Gilbert (Clinical Medicine)
For excellence in the Clinical Medical programme and for publication record, including articles in the BMJ and the Lancet.

Louwai Muhammed (Clinical Medicine)
For excellence in the Clinical Medical programme, publication record and pre-clinical teaching, including 'teacher of the month' award.

Aaron Neal (DPhil Biomedical Sciences)
For conference presentations and external academic awards, including the Young Investigator Award, top early career scientist prize by the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

Victoria Stoll (DPhil Cardiovascular Medicine)
For clinical teaching within GTC.

Sporting Achievement

Velicia Bachtiar (DPhil Clinical Neurosciences)
For exceptional contribution to Green Templeton Boat Club.

Alison Boyes (MSc Biodiversity, Conservation and Management)
Women's Captain, Green Templeton Boat Club.

Alysia Garmulewicz (DPhil Management Studies)
For exceptional contribution to Green Templeton Squash Club and achievements in University Squash.

Stuart Greeff (Clinical Medicine)
For exceptional contribution to College and achievements in University Rugby.

Reem Hafez (DPhil Public Health)
For exceptional contribution to College and achievements in University Rugby.

Anna Kotova (DPhil Criminology)
Men's Captain, Green Templeton Boat Club.

Chase Sova (DPhil Geography and the Environment)
For achievements in University Ice Hockey.

Jesse van der Grient (DPhil Zoology)
For exceptional contribution to College and achievements in University Rugby.

College Citizenship

Kareem Ayoub (DPhil Biomedical Sciences)
For his contribution to the college community, including workshop organization and GTBC President.

Bastian Betthaeuser (DPhil Social Policy)
For his contribution to student life, including a particular commitment to arrangements for the new Multi-purpose Gym.

Rodolfo Catena (DPhil Management Studies)
For founding and running College societies including the Croquet and Tennis Clubs and the History of Art Society.

Shuaishuai He (DPhil Geography and the Environment)
For her contribution to College entertainments, including salsa nights and the refurbishment of the Hayloft.

Katharine Knight (Clinical Medicine)
For contribution to College initiatives, including Management in Medicine and the Emerging Markets Symposium, and for student representation.

Diana Koester (DPhil Politics)
For her work as Chair of the Human Welfare Conference.

Sarah Robinson (MSc Evidence-Based Social Intervention)
For her work as GCR Vice-President (Welfare).

Abigail Taylor (Clinical Medicine)
For her contribution to the Richard Doll Society and College welfare.

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