MPhil Student won a Vice-Chancellor's Social Impact Award
Congratulations to Felix Reilly, MPhil Development Studies student, on being awarded one of the Vice-Chancellor's Social Impact awards. Felix is the founder and president of the University's Enactus Society, an international network supporting student-led social innovation. The citation continues 'In its first year, the Cambridge branch has launched two award-winning social enterprise projects: the Renaissance Games (digital education) and E-Pals (addressing loneliness through tech). Both projects won funding from ASDA supermarket, SAP software and the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation. Felix is Easter term co-president of CAMSED (the postgraduate network for Development Studies), and a Digital Verification Analyst with Amnesty International as part of the Cambridge Digital Verification Corps.'