And the nominees are...

Here is the shortlist of nominees for the 9th UJS Student Awards! Congratulations to everyone who nominated and thank you to the nominators. We look forward to seeing the nominees and guests at the Student Awards next month; watch this space for the winners, to be announced on the night.

J-Soc of the Year

·        Oxford J-Soc

·        Birmingham J-Soc

·        LSE J-Soc


Communication of the Year

·        Yoni Stone, Oxford J-Soc

·        Daniel Ohrenstein, Cambridge J-Soc

·        Elior Doani, Nottingham J-Soc


Dedication to Liberation Networks

·        Airlie Ogilvie, SOAS J-Soc

·        Rebecca Filer, Bristol J-Soc

·        Natasha Zack, Leeds J-Soc

·        Ethan Axelrod, Cambridge J-Soc


Developing J-Soc of the Year

·        Exeter J-Soc

·        Queen Mary J-Soc

·        Coventry J-Soc

·        Warwick J-Soc

·        Aberdeen J-Soc


CST Campaign of the Year Award

·        Hannah Kaufman, LSE J-Soc

·        Jonathan Farrell, Exeter J-Soc

·        Michali Belovski, City and Cass J-Soc


Alan Webber Israel Engagement Award

·        Jonthan Farrell, Exeter J-Soc

·        Daniel Voignac, Imperial J-Soc

·        Jack Radivan, Liverpool J-Soc


Oliver Sweeney Event of the Year Award

·        Edinburgh J-Soc

·        St Andrews J-Soc

·        Sally Patterson, Bristol J-Soc


Social Action Project of the Year

·        Nina Rauch, Cambridge J-Soc

·        Darcy Hill, Edinburgh J-Soc

·        Queen Mary J-Soc


Education Project of the Year

·        Kent J-Soc

·        Liverpool J-Soc

·        Dov Boonin, Oxford J-Soc

·        Jordan Hennessy and Hanna Ferencz, York J-Soc


Interfaith Project of the Year

·        Hannah Kaufman, LSE J-Soc

·        Devora Khafi and Arielle Kanzen, Queen Mary J-Soc

·        Binyomin Gilbert, Goldsmiths J-Soc

·        Avital Carno, Bristol J-Soc


Alan Senitt Outstanding Contribution to Campus Life Award (final years only)

This one’s top secret… You’ll find out on the night!

About UJS

We are the voice of over 8,500 Jewish students, spanning 60 Jewish Societies (J-Socs) on campuses across the UK and Ireland. We are traditional, progressive, cultural and spiritual; we come from the left, centre and right and can be found across religious and political spectrums.

Together we create and deliver powerful campaigns; fighting prejudice, advancing inclusion, and inspiring education and action on the issues that matter to us. 


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