THE Leadership and Management Awards 2014 winners

June 18, 2014
Rob Brydon: THE Leadership and Management Awards 2014 winners

Winning a Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Award is recognition of a most impressive achievement: making an exceptional contribution to the success of one of the UK’s most precious assets, our universities.

Competition was particularly fierce this year, with more entries from across the UK than in any previous year, reflecting the effort and innovation required of staff in a period of rapid change for the academy.

It is our great privilege at Times Higher Education not only to celebrate your achievements with you, but also to write about them week in, week out. Thank you, and congratulations!

John Gill
Editor


THELMAs 2014 winners:

The winners were announced at the gala Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards 2014 dinner on 17 June 2014 at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London.

View the THELMAs 2014 booklet, profiling all of the winners

Outstanding Estates Team
University of Hertfordshire

Outstanding University Fundraising Initiative
Harper Adams University

Outstanding Marketing/Communications Team
University of Edinburgh

ICT Initiative of the Year
Loughborough University

Outstanding Student Services Team
University of Cumbria

Outstanding Human Resources Team
University of West London

Outstanding Library Team
University of Sheffield

Knowledge Exchange/Transfer Initiative of the Year
University of Strathclyde

Outstanding Finance Team
University of Cumbria

Outstanding Procurement Team
Coventry University

Outstanding Registry Team
Newcastle University

Outstanding Departmental Administration Team
University of Sheffield

Outstanding Student Admissions Team
Swansea University

Outstanding Strategic Planning Team
York St John University

Outstanding International Strategy
University of Birmingham

Outstanding Leadership and Management Team
University of East Anglia


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