Times Higher Education Awards

May 10th, 2018

Nominations are now open for the annual Times Higher Education Awards.

These annual ‘Oscars of Higher Education’ celebrate excellence in research, teaching, student support and international practice across the sector. Colleagues are encouraged to consider nominations that would profile the excellence found across our University.

To co-ordinate the highest standard of entries in an intense competition, colleagues are invited to submit a 300 word precis of their nomination to jenny.stevenson@nottingham.ac.uk by Friday 25 May 2018.

Nominations will be reviewed by a senior panel led by Registrar Paul Greatrix. Approved nominations will then receive full drafting support to enter the competition. This approach led to several shortlisted nominations in the recent Guardian and THELMA awards.

The award categories are as follows:

  • Excellence and Innovation in the Arts
  • International Collaboration of the Year
  • Outstanding Contribution to Leadership Development
  • Business School of the Year
  • Technological Innovation of the Year
  • Widening Participation or Outreach Initiative of the Year
  • Research Project of the Year: Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Research Project of the Year: STEM
  • University of the Year
  • Outstanding Research Supervisor of the Year
  • Most Innovative Teacher of the Year
  • International Impact Award
  • Outstanding Support for Students
  • Outstanding Contribution to the Local Community
  • Outstanding Entrepreneurial University
  • THE DataPoints Merit Award
  • Most Innovative Contribution to Business-University Collaboration
  • The Lord Dearing Lifetime Achievement Award

The awards ceremony will take place in London on 29 November 2018.

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