The awards season for higher education is now open, with both the Times Higher and Guardian seeking entries to their annual awards to celebrate excellent practice in universities. Colleagues are encouraged to consider nominations that would profile the excellence found across our University.
Competition is intensive, and so to co-ordinate the highest standard of entries, colleagues are invited to submit a 300 word precis of their nomination to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 26 January 2018. These will be assessed and shortlisted by a senior panel led by Registrar Paul Greatrix. Shortlisted nominations will then go through to the respective competitions.
The THELMAs celebrate excellence in leadership, management and professional services including digital innovation, library, registry and student services, marketing and knowledge exchange. Nominations close on 14 February 2018 with an awards ceremony in London on 21 June 2018.
The Guardian University Awards celebrate a wide range of university innovation including research impact, teaching excellence, the student experience and internationalisation. Nominations close on 23 February 2018 with an awards ceremony in London w/c 23 April 2018.
The CASE Circle of Excellence Awards celebrate innovation in marketing, communications, fundraising and alumni relations, and the University secured a crop of awards last year for its Nottingham in Parliament Day. Nominations close on 9 March 2018 with an awards ceremony at the annual CASE conference in Edinburgh, early August.
For further information on the categories available, please visit the relevant awards scheme using the links above.
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