Submit your nominations for the Vice-Chancellor’s Medal

January 22nd, 2019

The latest call for nominations is now open for the Vice-Chancellor’s Medal, which awards staff and students’ exceptional achievements.

Any current member of staff or students at any of the University’s campuses can be nominated for the medal provided they have fulfilled one of the following criteria:

  • Demonstrated exceptional achievement in a particular arena
  • Made an outstanding contribution to advancing equality, diversity and inclusion in University life
  • Made a notable endeavour which has made a difference to the University
  • Made a substantive contribution which has enhanced the reputation of the University
  • Demonstrated an individual achievement or sustained achievement over a period of time
  • Undertaken an activity which has had a noticeably positive impact for students, staff or the local community

Examples of exceptional achievement by staff and students include sporting successes, community projects, service delivery innovation, curricular innovation, research impact, fundraising, student ambassador contributions, and contributions to halls, JCRs, sporting clubs, societies or the Students’ Union.

Want to nominate someone for the Vice-Chancellor’s Medal?

Complete the nomination form and return it to Helen McGinnis at no later than Friday 15 March 2019.

Visit the website to find out more about the Vice-Chancellor’s Medal.

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