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Sandy Winyard Prize for Achievement in Speech Sciences
Founded in 2003 in memory of Sandy Winyard (1950-2002). Sandy worked as a lecturer in the Department of Human Communication Science (formerly the National Hospitals College Speech Sciences) from 1983 to 1991. She was a feisty and committed member of staff who inspired many of her students to develop their clinical and professional skills to a high standard, while enjoying student life to the full
- A prize known as the Sandy Winyard Prize for achievement in speech sciences studies related to developing countries may be awarded to a suitable candidate in any academic session.
- The Prize is awarded by the Council on the recommendation of the Faculty of Life Sciences.
- The Prize is awarded for excellent achievement in speech sciences studies linked to developing countries, particularly related to child development (of either a professional or an academic nature) to a student in any year of the BSc Speech Sciences degree programme.
- The annual value of the Prize may fluctuate from year to year but will be in the region of £100.
- No application is necessary.
- The qualifications of candidates are considered by the Certificate to Practise Panel of the Department of Human Communication Sciences.
- The award is announced in July.
- The College reserves the right to vary these regulations should it become necessary to do so in order to ensure the continued use of the resources in the fund.
- Awards are subject to the provisions of the General Regulations.
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