Judges

November 26, 2007

MARKETING INITIATIVE OF THE YEAR

Tricia Wombell, director of marketing and communications, Leadership Foundation for Higher Education

Clive Parry, sales and marketing director, SAGE

BUSINESS INITIATIVE OF THE YEAR

Arthur Francis, dean of Bradford Management School

Magnus Goodlad, chief operating officer, IP Group

WIDENING PARTICIPATION INITIATIVE OF THE YEAR

Deian Hopkin, vice-chancellor, London South Bank University

Sir David Watson, professor of higher education management, Institute of Education, University of London

Jackie Fisher, principal, Newcastle College

YOUNG ACADEMIC AUTHOR OF THE YEAR

June Purvis, professor of women's history, Portsmouth University

Alex Danchev, professor of international relations, Nottingham University

YOUNG RESEARCHER OF THE YEAR

RESEARCH PROJECT OF THE YEAR

Peter Atkins, fellow and professor of chemistry at Lincoln College, Oxford

Philip Esler, chief executive, Arts and Humanities Research Council

OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY

David Way, director of operations, Technology Strategy Board

Andrew Ramsay, chief executive officer, Engineering Council

OUTSTANDING SUPPORT FOR EARLY-CAREERS RESEARCHERS

Alison Hodge, university partnerships director, QinetiQ, and chair of CBI's inter-company academic relations group

Robert Burgess, vice-chancellor, Leicester University

Dave Delpy, chief executive and deputy chair, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO THE LOCAL COMMUNITY

Sir David Watson, professor of higher education management, Institute of Education, University of London

Jackie Fisher, principal, Newcastle College

Deian Hopkin, vice-chancellor, London South Bank University

OUTSTANDING SUPPORT FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

Alex Kemp, disabled students officer, National Union of Students

Sean Moran, director of UK services, National Deaf Children's Society

OUTSTANDING STUDENT FINANCIAL SUPPORT PACKAGE

Sir Martin Harris, director, Office for Fair Access

Rhiannon Evans, director, Action on Access

Ian Summers-Noble, chair, National Association of Student Money Advisers

OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

Baroness Rennie Fritchie, consultant on strategy and leadership, Mainstream Development

Linda Holbeche, director of research and policy, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development

Sir David Watson, professor of higher education management, Institute of Education, University of London

OUTSTANDING ICT INITIATIVE OF THE YEAR

Alison Allden, deputy registrar and director of information services, Bristol University, and chair of the Integrated Information Environment Committee of the Joint Information Systems Committee (Jisc)

David Baker, principal, College of St Mark and St John; and chair of Jisc's Content Services Committee

Sarah Porter, head of development, Jisc

Norman Wiseman, head of services and outreach, Jisc

OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Sara Parkin, Forum for the Future

Jill Rutter, director, strategy and sustainable development, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

EXCELLENCE AND INNOVATION IN THE ARTS

Sir Christopher Frayling, rector of the Royal College of Art and chairman of Arts Council England

Tom Shakespeare, research fellow, Newcastle University, and North East regional chair of Arts Council England

Althea Efunshile, executive director, Arts Planning and Investment, Arts Council England and former director of the Government's Children and Young People's Unit

UNIVERSITY OF THE YEAR

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT

Gerard Kelly, Editor, The Times Higher Education Supplement

Baroness Helena Kennedy, barrister and Labour peer

Bernadette Porter, former rector of Roehampton University.

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