Winners of UALL Awards 2019 Announced!
Announcing the winners of the UALL 2019 Awards
The Awards ceremony took place at the formal dinner of the 2019 UALL Conference, Lifelong Learning and Innovation and were awarded by our Chair, The Reverend Canon Professor Peter Neil.
A little bit about the Awards. The UALL Awards Scheme recognises and celebrates projects, programmes, partnerships and research that promote Lifelong Learning in the Higher Education sector.
Since its inception, the Awards has grown and was recently been expanded to four categories: Innovation, Sustainability, Research and International. This was so UALL could recognise and celebrate more of the fantastic submissions that we get year after year.
And – the winners are!
Our congratulations goes to: Wolverhampton Learning Communities scheme which is a partnership between City of Wolverhampton Council, University of Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton Learning Platform Partners, Adult Education Wolverhampton and Wolverhampton College.
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University of Warwick: Centre for Lifelong Learning for their project Building a Community of Lifelong Learners: a Partnership initiative between a university and an FE college
University of Chester: Centre for Work Related Studies for their project Chartered Manager and Senior Leaders Master’s Degree Apprenticeship
Our congratulations goes to: Ryerson University, Toronto for their work Programs for 50+ & Community Engagement
And, we were really glad to give our congratulations to Cardiff University for their work Pathways to a Degree at Cardiff University.
Our congratulations goes to: University of Glasgow for their work International Master in Adult Education for Social Change (Erasmus Mundus)
University of Chester: Centre for Work Related Studies for their work with the Mountbatten Institute
We commended those who submitted into this category but it was decided by the panel that the projects were too far in their infancy to project outcomes. However, we invite them to resubmit next year and we do look forward to hearing about their progress in their research field.