CLV awards Abhishek Awasthi and Rosemary Cutts at the third annual Best Practice Awards

October 15, 2014

Best Practice Awards 2014

CLV has been pleased to present the ‘Campus Living Villages Award for Excellence by a New Entrant in Tertiary Education Management’ to La Trobe University’s Abhishek Awasthi at the third annual ATEM/Campus Review Best Practice Awards.

Abhishek has worked in the sector for four years as Student Engagement and Transitions Officer and based his application on his involvement in and leadership of the Infinity Leadership Program.

Abhishek also mentored two student-run Leadership in Action community projects, Bendigo Great Night Out (fundraising for SIDS and Kids) and the Mental Health Awareness Forum, which have both produced a tangible impact for the community.

A second Highly Commended Campus Living Villages Award was presented to Rosemary Cutts from the University of Western Sydney (UWS).

Rosemary is a Project Officer – Tertiary Education Pathways and Partnerships where she is responsible for facilitating further growth and diversification of VET partnerships, pathways and associated programs.

Her accomplishments have included significant promotional work, identifying and developing creative early intervention programs and activities that connect TAFE and VET students with UWS.

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