UJS Student Awards 2019 - And the nominees are...

After receiving nearly 100 nominations and deliberating for a long time, we are delighted to announce this year’s nominees for the 2019 UJS Student Awards!

Education Project of the Year (in honour of Fred Worms OBE)

  • Louise Aron, Leeds J-Soc
  • Ben Freeman, Manchester J-Soc
  • Emmett Stone, York J-Soc
  • Jodie Stuart, Brighton and Sussex J-Soc

Social Action Project of the Year

  • Sara Felberg, Leeds J-Soc
  • Dalia Landau, Leeds J-Soc
  • Emily Tanner, Edinburgh J-Soc

Interfaith Project of the Year

  • Eliorah Goodman, Manchester J-Soc
  • Greta Grossman and Isabelle Tarsh, Durham J-Soc
  • Hertfordshire J-Soc
  • Lauren Keiles and Sally Patterson, Leeds and Bristol J-Socs

Liberation Activist of the Year

  • Sara Felberg, Leeds J-Soc
  • Emma Jacobs, Leeds J-Soc
  • Sally Patterson, Bristol J-Soc
  • Sheffield J-Soc

Israel Engagement Initiative of the Year (in partnership with UJIA)

  • Ari Deller and Stav Salpeter, Edinburgh University Palestine- Israeli Dialogue Society
  • Imperial Israel Society
  • Joseph Masri and Zak Wagman, Warwick JISoc

Campaign of the Year (in partnership with CST)

  • Elliot Bloom, Adam Grossman, Emma Jacobs and David Legmann, Leeds J-Soc
  • Cardiff J-Soc
  • Essex J-Soc
  • Eliana Friend, City and CASS J-Soc

Event of the Year

  • Becky Collins, Harrison Engler and Nina Morris Evans, Oxford J-Soc
  • Goldsmiths J-Soc
  • Tilly Grossman, Manchester J-Soc
  • Inbar Langerman, UCL J-Soc
  • Tory Selwyn, UEA J-Soc

Emerging Student Leader of the Year

  • Dominic Casoria, Lancaster J-Soc
  • Adam Dickson- Carman, York St John J-Soc
  • Shaked Kirsh, Heriot Watt J-Soc
  • Sabrina Miller, Bristol J-Soc
  • Stav Salpeter, Edinburgh J-Soc
  • Peter Strauss, Oxford J-Soc

J-Soc of the Year

  • Bath J-Soc
  • Hertfordshire J-Soc
  • Lancaster J-Soc
  • Oxford J-Soc
  • Sheffield J-Soc
  • Warwick J-Soc

Alan Senitt Outstanding Contribution to Campus Life

To be released at a later date- watch this space!

You can still RSVP to join us for this wonderful evening here!

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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