Oakdene Hollins Best Environment Programme Thesis Prize - winner announced

Cranfield University's School of Energy, Environment and Agrifood will be awarding the Oakdene Hollins prize for the Best Environment Programme Thesis to Ms Elisa Beitzen-Heineke on Thursday, 7 July 2016.

Honorary graduates from the world of business will be joining postgraduate students to receive degrees from Cranfield University at the colourful graduation ceremonies to be held in early July.

This year, Oakdene Hollins is again sponsoring the Best Environment Programme Thesis Prize, awarded by the School of Energy, Environment and Agrifood.  Director David Fitzsimons will present Ms Beitzen-Heineke with the prize of £250 and a certificate at the Prize Giving Ceremony in Cranfield's Vincent Building on 7th July.

Oakdene Hollins' links with Cranfield University go back over many years of fruitful collaboration. A number of our members of staff, both past and present, are Cranfield University alumni. Cranfield's expertise in environmental technology - particularly in the areas of environmental governance and sustainability, natural resource management, energy and the environment - fits well with Oakdene Hollins' goals and ethos.

Simon Strick