4 North West students win ICE prize

They've been recognised for their efforts during their degree courses.

Benjamin Paul Waring ICE Student Prize recipient on graduation day pictured with Philip Isgar, ICE Fellow and former University of Bolton graduate.
Benjamin Paul Waring ICE Student Prize recipient on graduation day pictured with Philip Isgar, ICE Fellow and former University of Bolton graduate.
Four student ICE members in the North West have won the annual ICE Student Prize.

The annual award is for undergraduates who've performed the best during the final two years of their JBM-accredited civil engineering degree course.

Benjamin Paul Waring, University of Bolton, Katherine Hood, University of Livepool, Saleh Almasabi, University of Salford, and Tian Moy, University of Manchester each received a prize of £250 plus a certificate of merit.

Emma Antrobus, Director ICE North West said: “It’s really important to nurture emerging talent within the civil engineering profession. Awarding the Student Prizes is part of the commitment ICE makes to supporting young engineers in the first steps of their careers.

“Congratulations to Benjamin, Katherine, Saleh and Tian who have been identified by their lecturers as having worked hard during their course and shown a real flair for engineering design during their studies. I look forward to their continued contribution to the profession and am sure they each have a bright future ahead of them.”

The prize is awarded on the recommendation of the course leaders, or other appropriate staff members, in consultation with the head of civil engineering at each awarding university.
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