MSc. SHE student wins “Write to Change” Essay Competition

Published: 12:00 AM on October 14, 2010


SBCS MSc. Safety, Health and Environment student Leo Knights captured first prize in the HSE Quarterly Magazine “Write to Change” Competition. The competition invited tertiary students to pen their thoughts on Climate Change and its likely impact on the world. Mr. Knights’ entry spoke about climatic change from a natural perspective as well as the influence of anthropogenic activities on climatic change.

Mr. Knights’ article would be published as the feature story in the October issue of the HSE Quarterly.

Mr. Knights has been a student at SBCS since 2007 where he first pursued his BSc. in Occupational Safety, Health and Environment; he graduated in 2009 as the valedictorian of his class. He is now pursuing his MSc. Safety, Health and Environment.

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