The winners were announced on Thursday 7th July.
Outstanding Innovation in Learning and Teaching
Dr Darren Dancey on behalf of Dr Mohammad Hammoudeh
This award recognises an individual who places innovative high quality learning and teaching at the heart of their work and is a model of best practice for all teaching staff at MMU.
Winners Dr Rory Shand and Ilona Gill
This category is for staff who have begun their career at MMU in the last 3 years and is not age specific. This award recognises an individual member of staff who has created or grasped an opportunity to substantially develop and grow in their role within the last 12 months.
Birley Facilities and Domestic Services receiving their award
This award will recognise a collection of individuals working together who have made a significant and positive impact. This could be an established work team or a collection of individuals from different areas who have worked together collaboratively on a project or initiative. The award recognises a team that has demonstrated that the team as a whole, and every member of the team individually:
In nominating a team for this award you should give the correct title of the team. The membership of nominated teams will be checked with the team managers by the Award organisers and those staff listed, who are working at MMU at the time of the Award event will be included in the nomination.
Gail Spencer receiving her award
This award recognises an individual who:
Exceptional Team Member
Bev Stevens collected the award on behalf of Dr Julie Armstrong
An exceptional team member who:
Anthony Ivory receiving his award
An exceptional individual who:
Exceptional Contribution to the Student Experience
Laura Curry receiving her award
This award recognises an outstanding contribution to the educational environment of the University, recognition and support of the diversity of student needs or an exceptional contribution to a culture of excellence and enhancement. The award covers all aspects of the student experience, including ‘behind the scenes’ work.
Martina Holubcova receiving her award
This award recognises an individual who has demonstrated:
The award is open to individuals at any level who have a leadership responsibility and includes all types of line-managers and supervisors. The award focuses on the individual’s contribution to the success of the team and considers what they have done to enable others to succeed.
It is important when making your nomination to give clear examples of how the nominee meets the criteria through your own experiences.
The shortlist was compiled by the 2016 judging panel.
The judging panel was made up of staff from the University.
Wendy Wright OBE Board of Governors (Chair)
Adam Bowles Director of Human Resources
Julie Griggs Head of Talent and Resourcing
Nicoletta Di Ciolla Principal Lecturer, Languages, Information and Communications
Ian Roberts Principal Lecturer, Manchester School of Art
Rebecca Lawthom Professor, Psychology
Pauline Ford Director of Faculty SAS and Deputy Registrar
Stephen Bloye Assistant Director of Facilities