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Sociology Green Team wins Platinum Award

last modified May 14, 2018 04:18 PM

This time last year, the department had been awarded Silver as part of the NUS Green Impact Awards. This year, despite building work disruption and office moves, we are pleased to announce that we have won Platinum! This is our second year partaking in the NUS Green Awards so we are really proud of our achievements.

Our Energy & Environment Coordinators Karin Haack and Siobhan Hoffmann Heap have done an excellent job leading our Green Team to success. They would like to thanks the entire department, along with all members of the Green Team and others who have helped along the way.  

Our Green Team will be attending the Green Impact Awards next month to collect their prize.

Be sure to follow the team on Instagram to keep up to date:

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