Management masterminds

More than 1,000 people from across higher education packed into the Grosvenor House Hotel in London last week for the Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards 2015

June 25, 2015
Comedian Jack Whitehall
Jack Whitehall

Newcastle University was a double winner at the awards, hosted by com­edian Jack Whitehall, scooping the top prize, for outstanding leadership and management team, for the second time in three years, as well as claiming the outstanding procurement team ­category.

The Glasgow School of Art picked up the award for outstanding marketing/communications team for its response to the fire that swept through the institution’s Mackintosh Building in May 2014.

Other universities to win on the night included Birmingham, Derby, Edinburgh Napier, Harper Adams, Huddersfield, Loughborough, Northumbria, Nottingham Trent, Sheffield, Warwick, York and the Open University.

For the full list of winners and photos of the evening, click here

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Article originally published as: Management masterminds (25 June 2015)

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