Three of our artistic Leeds Beckett students left our offices armed with prizes as successful winners of the Centre for Learning and Teaching's recent competition for students. They designed a set of black and white icons which represented each of our graduate attributes. (Just in case you have forgotten these are - being enterprising, being digitally literate and having a global outlook). The winning designs for each attribute (watch out for them!) will be stamped all over our soon-to-be published "Little Book of Graduate Attributes" and on our staff and student resources available on the website. This branding will help staff and students identify and use the huge rage of resources we have more effectively.
The winning student was Paul Van Schanke. Here is Paul accepting his prize from Wendy Luker. The two runners-up were Khurram Asghar and Emily Pritchard. Well done to you all and thank you for your beautiful designs!