Roehampton graduate receives student of the year award

Jennifer Hardwick, a recent nutrition and health graduate has won Complete Nutrition magazine’s student of the year award.

Posted: 1 December 2011

Nominated and voted for by readers, this Award recognises a student that has excelled during their studies or completed a specific notable achievement beyond what is expected of them as part of their studies or placement – a student that stands out from the rest.

The award takes into account Jennifer’s achievement of a first class BSc (Hons) degree, on top of other responsibilities and commitments. She said she was delighted and honoured by the award, and thanked Roehampton staff, including tutor Sue Reeves for their support.

“Studying Nutrition and Health at Roehampton University as a mature student was a challenge, but also great fun and has given me the confidence to take my study in nutrition further, and winning this award has added to that, “ said Jennifer.

“Thank you to Sue Reeves for her support as my tutor and for nominating me, to my fellow Roehampton nutrition students for all their help and support and to the CN readers for voting for me."

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