Nominate College and Union staff to reward and celebrate their outstanding contribution in any of the below categories.
Nominations open on Monday 20 April 2020
Outstanding PhD Supervision
A supervisor who dedicates time and knowledge to support and guide students’ research. This individual helps students see the wider picture within the narrow focus of their research, while broadening and developing their skills for both research and beyond.
Outstanding Personal Tutoring
A tutor who provides academic & wellbeing advice and guidance, and supports students in times of need and uncertainty. They are accessible, demonstrate proactive engagement with students, and foster a positive student-staff relationship.
Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant
An individual that brings course material to life, and responds to questions and concerns with patience and understanding. They go the extra mile to support students, giving attention and feedback through their mentoring.
An individual who demonstrates inventive teaching methods and provides intellectually stimulating content for students. They challenge students to achieve their best and are passionate about the curriculum whilst fostering an inclusive and diverse culture.
Outstanding Professional Support Staff
An individual outside of the academic faculty that provides additional support and guidance, with a focus on the holistic student experience. They are student centred and quick to action and track changes, and feedback to students.
Outstanding Student Partnership
An individual with a student-centred mindset who embraces all aspects of student-staff collaboration, from co-creation to co-evaluation. They utilise feedback to implement student initiatives, and equally value the expertise of staff and students to enhance the curriculum and/or innovate pedagogy.
Outstanding Contribution to Student Community and Wellbeing
An individual committed to student voice and opportunities, and fostering a positive relationship between staff and students. They prioritise and celebrate equality, diversity and inclusivity, and present opportunities to discuss student wellbeing. They create an open space for the discussion of mental health.