THE Awards 2010

The shortlisted candidates for the Times Higher Education Awards 2010 are unveiled this week. There were almost 500 entries across the 18 categories of the awards, now in their sixth year. The winners will be announced at a ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on 25 November

September 23, 2010

Outstanding Contribution to Innovation and Technology

Outstanding Contribution to the Local Community

Research Project of the Year

Outstanding Engineering Research Team of the Year

Excellence and Innovation in the Arts

Outstanding Support for Students

International Collaboration of the Year

Outstanding Employer Engagement Initiative

Outstanding Contribution to Sustainable Development

Widening Participation Initiative of the Year

Outstanding ICT Initiative of the Year

Outstanding Support for Early Career Researchers

Entrepreneurial University of the Year

Most Improved Student Experience

Most Innovative Teacher of the Year

Outstanding Contribution to Leadership Development

University of the Year

Lord Dearing Lifetime Achievement

  • Winner to be announced on the night

The Awards Judges

David Baker, deputy chair, Joint Information Systems Committee (Jisc)

Bob Burgess, vice-chancellor, University of Leicester

Chris Cobb, pro vice-chancellor, Roehampton University, and member of the Organisation Support Committee, Jisc

Margaret Dane, chief executive, Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services

Patrick Finch, bursar and director of estates, University of Bristol

David Frost, director general, British Chambers of Commerce

Paul Hannon, director of research and education, National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship (NCGE)

Mike Hill, chief executive, Graduate Prospects

Pat Killingley, director of higher education, British Council

Anthony McClaran, chief executive, Quality Assurance Agency

Sean Mackney, acting chief executive, Higher Education Academy (HEA)

Ben Marks, managing director, Opinionpanel research

Stephanie Marshall, director of programmes, Leadership Foundation for Higher Education

Simon Phelps, chief executive, Floodstop Ltd

Aaron Porter, president, National Union of Students

Sarah Porter, head of innovation, Jisc

Alison Price, director of educator development, NCGE

Paul Ramsden, key associate of PhillipsKPA, visiting professor, Institute of Education, and former chief executive, HEA

Ian Robertson, chief executive, NCGE

Rick Rylance, chief executive, Arts and Humanities Research Council

Bob Thackwray, director of membership and networks, Leadership Foundation for Higher Education

Lesley Thompson, director of research base, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

Hugh Tollyfield, deputy director for further education and qualifications strategy, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills

Shearer West, chair of the research and development group, Research Councils UK, and director of research, Arts and Humanities Research Council

John Widdowson, principal and chief executive, New College Durham

Jackie Wilbraham, R&D science policy director, AstraZeneca

Ewart Wooldridge, founding chief executive, Leadership Foundation for Higher Education.

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