Wilf Knight Award 2011 – shortlist announced

The Security Institute is pleased to announce the shortlist for the Wilf Knight Award 2011. For this award universities nominate either a student project, report or dissertation which has featured as recent course work, and which shows particular distinction and/or innovation and which makes a valuable contribution to the field of security management or practice.

The shortlisted entrants are:

Leonie Darbin -University of Leicester

Steven Bainbridge – Loughborough University

Matthew Mackmin – Cranfield University

Andrew Swapp – Bucks New University

Will Chakawata – University of Portsmouth

Garry Evanson, Director of Sector Standards for the Security Institute, and co-ordinator of the Award, says

“There was a challenging diversity of subject matter for the judges to consider this year, and I am very grateful to them for their time and thoroughness in reviewing the content of the submissions made. We have had the highest number of entries for this competition so far, and I look forward to more universities participating in the Award next year, as its popularity grows.”

The winner will be announced at the prestigious Security Excellence Awards on 19th October 2011 at the Hilton Hotel, Park Lane, London. Good luck to all those shortlisted!

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