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St Helena : SHAYLA ELLICK AWARDED UNIVERISTY PRIZE FOR HIGHEST MARKS
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 09.12.2012 (Article Archived on 23.12.2012)

St Helenian student, Shayla Ellick (of Cow Path), has graduated from the University of Hertfordshire with a 1st Class Honours Degree in Environmental Management and a University Prize for receiving the highest marks for her course.

SHAYLA ELLICK AWARDED UNIVERISTY PRIZE FOR HIGHEST MARKS


 


St Helenian student, Shayla Ellick (of Cow Path), has graduated from the University of Hertfordshire with a 1st Class Honours Degree in Environmental Management and a University Prize for receiving the highest marks for her course.


 


Shayla’s Degree offered her a balance between the natural and social sciences, giving her the knowledge and skills for employment in a broad range of environmental jobs. During her course, Shayla learned about Biodiversity and Conservation, Business and the Environment and Global Change and Development. Shayla also studied modules on Habitat Management and Monitoring, Biological Conservation and Solving Environmental Problems. She was also placed at the famous Kew Gardens - where she worked with the UK Overseas Territories Programme on their online Herbarium.


 


Shayla returns to the Island next week to take up employment with the Nature Conservation Division of the Environmental Management Directorate (EMD).


 


Director of Environmental Management, Tara Pelembe, commented on Shayla joining EMD:


 


“We are really excited to have Shayla joining the team – the skills that she has developed will be a real asset. We are all very proud of Shayla’s excellent achievements.”


 


SHG


5 December 2012

 

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