FEES Annual Students’ Awards Ceremony 2019

The FEES Annual Students’ Awards Ceremony was held on May 31, 2019 at the Education Lecture Theatre, in recognition of the outstanding performances and service by our students during the 2017/2018 academic year.

This year’s guest speaker was Ms. Onika Stellingburg, a former student of the then School of Earth and Environmental Sciences. She is Guyana’s first trained climate change negotiator and the first Guyanese selected to participate as the Caribbean Representative in the prestigious Climate Change Fellowship. Ms Stellingburg, who holds the position of Stakeholder Management Coordinator within the Ministry of the Presidency – Department of the Environment, delivered uplifting remarks to the awardees and encouraged them to apply their skills towards the task of nation-building.


See below for a complete list of awardees, along with a few photos from the ceremony. The Faculty extends sincere gratitude to this year’s sponsors.



Academic Awardees

Best 1st Year Student: David Prince (Sponsor:  Conservation International Inc.)

Best 2nd Year Student: Mr. Michael Morrison (Sponsor: Environmental Engineering Solutions)

Best 2nd Year Student (GEO): Ms. Alana Norville (Sponsor: FEES)

Best 3rd Year Student: Ms. Nikita La Cruz (Sponsor: Shell Service Station)

Best 4th Year StudentMs. Benita Davis (Sponsor: Environmental Management Consultants)

Best Research Project: Ms. Benita Davis (Sponsor: Development Policy & Management Consultants)

Best Graduating StudentMs. Benita Davis (Sponsor: E&A Consultants Inc.)

Best All Round Student: Mr. Nkofi Hodge (Sponsor: Austin’s Book Store)




FEES Volunteer Recognition Awards 2018

First Year

Ms. Stacey Codogan

Mr. Gordon Nedd

Second Year

Ms. Alana Norville

Mr. Patrick Benjamin-Huntley

Third Year

Ms. Nikita LaCruz

Fourth Year

Ms. Madhavi Indarjeet

Mr. Nkofi Hodge


FEES Sportswoman and Sportsman of the Year 2018 Awards

Ms. Kim Chan 

Mr. Cubator Stephen 



GEOFEES Annual Students’ Awards Ceremony 2019
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