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Provost's Engineering Engagement Awards Ceremony

UCL Electronic and Electrical Engineering student Miss Arundathi Shanthini won the UCL Engineering Outstanding Contribution by a Student award.

The Provost’s Engineering Engagement Awards ceremony was held on 8th May. The event celebrates and recognises excellence in engineering engagement by staff and students at the Faculty of Engineering Sciences; their aim is to inspire children and young people as the next generation of engineers and innovators.

The hosts for the evening were President and Provost of UCL, Professor Michael Arthur and the Dean of Engineering, Professor Nigel Titchener-Hooker.

UCL Electronic and Electrical Engineering student Miss Arundathi Shanthini won the UCL Engineering Outstanding Contribution by a Student award.

 

Head of Department, Prof. Sarah Spurgeon said: 

“We are all very proud of her achievements and what she is doing to Change the World!”

 

 From left to right, UCL Provost and President Prof. Michael Arthur; Mihika Sharma, a 7 year old inventor tutored throughout the year by Arundathi; Sophie Caffrey, IET Young Woman Engineer Finalist 2017; Claire Molinario, Education 5-19 Operations Manager at the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and Prof. Nigel Titchener-Hooker, Dean of UCL Faculty of Engineering Sciences.