UCS student is star of the show

A TALENTED University Campus Suffolk (UCS) student is today celebrating after scooping an Evening Star award for her art work.

A TALENTED University Campus Suffolk (UCS) student is today celebrating after scooping an Evening Star award for her art work.

Laura-Sian Debenham won £100 for her graphic design display after entering the UCS Suffolk School of Arts graduate show.

The annual bursary has been donated by the Star to acknowledge substantial performance, creditable personal advancement and scholarly pursuit during the academic year.

Miss Debenham said: “I have thoroughly enjoyed studying at UCS and am delighted to have won this award.


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“I am looking forward to the future.”

Russell Walker, course leader said: “Laura demonstrated all of the qualities to meet these criteria beyond others. I am proud of the achievements made by this year's cohort.

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“Their journey of understanding and commitment to exploit the opportunities that they have been given is evidenced from the show.”

Associate dean for the school of arts, Chrissie Harrington added: “Our aim is to create employable, capable and creative individuals, able to respond to the challenge of the work place with imagination and integrity.

“Key to these developments is our relationship with employers, whose professional opinions and expertise will inform our course design and contribute to programme delivery.

“We wish our graduates every success for their professional journey and hope to see them as future advisers, advocates and sponsors of our new and developing programmes.”

Works from graduating students from a number of degree courses are on public display from 11am to 5pm until Sunday at UCS, R Block, on the site of Suffolk New College.

Have you been to the exhibition? Write to Your Letters, Evening Star, 30 Lower Brook Street, Ipswich, IP4 1AN or send an e-mail to eveningstarletters@eveningstar.co.uk

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