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In a record breaking year for the Postgrad Awards 2021, DPhil student Tolu Awoyemi wins PhD Student of the Year. The award recognises the individual PhD student who has become an excellent and inquisitive researcher, who is an integral part of their research group, someone who encourages and supports more junior members of the team, and works alongside the research community more widely.

In a record breaking year for the Postgrad Awards 2021, DPhil student Tolu Awoyemi wins PhD Student of the Year.
The award recognises the individual PhD student who has become an excellent and inquisitive researcher, who is an integral part of their research group, someone who encourages and supports more junior members of the team, and works alongside the research community more widely.

Congratulations to DPhil student Tolu Awoyemi in the Vatish group - he has been named winner of PhD Student of the Year at the Postgrad Awards 2021. 

You can watch the virtual ceremony on the link below. Tolu's category is announced approx 3 minutes after the start. https://youtu.be/n9bhEuxv-T4

The judges commended Tolu for his positive presence on his colleagues, the impact of his social enterprise work in Nigeria and said he was one to watch as a future leader!

This is a fantastic achievement, well done Tolu!

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