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 Issue 107, 26 June 2001
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Nicholas has Sachs appeal

NICHOLAS Maxwell Adlam, department of civil and environmental engineering, was one of 50 students worldwide selected for 'top honours' in the Goldman Sachs Global Leaders Program awards.

"His superior academic record, leadership potential and excellent communications skills are remarkable and we congratulate him on his achievements," said a spokesman.

Nicholas,  John Thornton and Stephanie Bell Rose
Nicholas, centre, receives his award from Goldman Sachs representatives John Thornton and Stephanie Bell Rose
Nicholas and Olubunmi Oluseun, department of chemical engineering, received a £1,400 award each at a London ceremony hosted by the Goldman Sachs Foundation recently. The organisation invests in programmes to help talented young people become tomorrow's entrepreneurs and global leaders.

The additional honour means Nicholas will have the opportunity to participate in the Goldman Sachs Global Leaders Institute in late July in New York, offering challenging seminars and interactive workshops on the New Economy, e-commerce, organizational leadership and international finance.

Nicholas will also receive an additional $3,000 and a laptop computer with Internet access.

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