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Distinguished Achievement Awards 2017

03 Jul 2017

The Distinguished Achievement Awards Ceremony has been held to recognise outstanding performance across the University

Distinguished Achievement Award winners

The winners were chosen for their outstanding performances and significant contributions to the University.

The President and Vice-Chancellor presided and Mr Will Spinks, Registrar, Secretary and Chief Operating Officer, Professor Clive Agnew, Vice-President for Teaching, Learning and Students, and Professor Luke Georghiou, Vice-President for Research and Innovation, presented the winners.

Professional Support Services, Library and Cultural Institutions’ Distinguished Achievement Awards 2017 (View citations)

Team Winners

  • Small Team:   Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama PSS Team
  • Large Team:   North Campus Cross-School Timetabling Team

Individual Award Winners

  • Nicola Begley, Research Technician, FBMH
  • Peter Jacobs, PGT Administrator, School of Environment, Education and Development, FHUMS

Researchers of the Year 2017 (View citations)

  • Dr Alex Heazell, School of Medical Sciences, FBMH
  • Professor Stephen Hutchings, School of Arts, Languages and Cultures, FHUMS 
  • Professor Mike Burton, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, FSE

Postgraduate Research Students of the Year 2017 (View citations)

  • Michael Daniels, School of Biological Sciences, FBMH
  • Dr Clancy Wilmott, School of Environment, Education and Development, FHUMS
  • Timothy Crump, School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering, FSE

Undergraduate Students of the Year 2017 (View citations)

  • Amy Hilton, School of Health Sciences, FBMH
  • Maria Beatriz Correia Santos, School of Social Sciences, FHUMS
  • Jakub Szczesniak,  School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, FSE

Teachers of the Year 2016 (View citations)

  • Professor Wendy McCracken, School of Health Sciences, FBMH
  • Dr Nick Shryane, School of Social Sciences, FHUMS