UALL 2018 Awards - Winners announced!
The UALL Awards Scheme recognises and celebrates projects, programmes, partnerships, and research that promote lifelong learning in the Higher Education Sector. The Scheme is open to all departments and offices in any institution that holds UALL membership.
The Awards have grown since its very first year and it was decided last year that having only one category limited the selection panel. So, for the first time, the Awards included four categories: Innovation, Sustainability, Research and International. Through these strands, members could submit under these categories and it meant that UALL could recognise and celebrate more of the fantastic submissions that we get year after year.
The Awards ceremony took place at the UALL 2018 Annual Conference dinner which was held in the Great Hall of Downing College, Cambridge. This event was compered by our own Pauline McManus, with our Chair, The Reverend Canon Professor Peter Neil presenting the awards.
Our congratulations goes to winner of this category: The Open University for Student Hub Live. For more information on the project please click here to taken to their website. Or, alternatively, contact Karen Foley.
University of Wales Trinity Saint David for their submission Delivering a better tomorrow for the Housing Sector in Wales: The development of an innovative programme of study, for employees working in the Social Housing sector
For more information, please contact Nick Samuel
University of Wolverhampton for their submission University Centre Telford
For more information, please contact Mary Mahoney
Our congratulations goes to the winner of this category: The Foundation Centre, Durham University for their submission The Foundation Centre
For more information, please contact The Foundation Centre
University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield Business School for their submission Making the road while walking: Co-creating Masters education with government
Our congratulations goes to the winner of this category: Global Disaster Resilience Centre, University of Huddersfield for their submission CADRE (Collaborative Action towards Disaster Resilience Education): An innovative partnership that created change in an international context
For more information, please click here to be taken to their website. Or alternatively, contact Prof. Dilanthi Amaratunga
Lifelong Learning Centre, Aberystwyth University for their submission Language Exchange Platform
For more information, please click here to be taken to the project website.