Success for Strathclyde at SET awards

Success for Strathclyde at SET awards
The University of Strathclyde has been awarded three top prizes at this year's Science, Engineering and Technology (SET) awards.

Fifth year marine engineering student Peter Dow, pictured right, was named student of the year at the prestigous ceremony, having already claimed the best maritime technology award.

His success was boosted by his supervisor Professor Chengi Kuo, pictured left, taking the SET lecturer of the year award.

"It is a real honour to have been recognised at such a prestigious awards ceremony, and to follow up the individual award in my category with the overall award makes it even more special," noted Dow. "Professor Kuo has been a massive support throughout the process and the general level of support at Strathclyde has been excellent throughout my degree."

Professor Kuo, of the University's Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Department, added: "The SET awards are renowned throughout the world and I am very proud to be named lecturer of the year. It is a fantastic achievement for Strathclyde to win the awards in both major categories and I hope this will inspire my colleagues and students to continue their hard work in both teaching and research."

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Laura Hopperton

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