THE Leadership & Management Awards 2014 shortlist announced

Find out who’s in the running for this year’s THELMAs

April 17, 2014

To flourish, an operation as large and as complex as a university requires creativity and dedication from a multitude of skilled teams. The Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards 2014 recognise those people and departments whose expertise and care help to ensure that their university prospers – and with it its staff and students. The winners will be announced on Tuesday 17 June at a ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.

THELMAs 2014 shortlist:

Outstanding Library Team


Outstanding University Fundraising Initiative

Sponsored by Blackbaud

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Departmental ICT Initiative of the Year

Sponsored by Jisc

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Outstanding Departmental Administration Team

Sponsored by Recourse

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Outstanding Marketing/Communications Team

Sponsored by Hobsons

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Outstanding Estates Team

Sponsored by DAC Beachcroft

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Outstanding Procurement Team

Sponsored by StudentCom

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Knowledge Exchange/Transfer Initiative of the Year

Sponsored by Aegis

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Outstanding International Strategy

Sponsored by IDP

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Outstanding Student Services Team

Sponsored by Unite

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Outstanding Human Resources Team


Outstanding Registry Team


Outstanding Student Admissions Team

Sponsored by Ucas

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Outstanding Finance Team


Outstanding Strategic Planning Team


Outstanding Leadership and Management Team

Sponsored by Leadership Foundation for Higher Education

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