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Academic Impact Awards 2018: The Results

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The annual Academic Impact Awards happened on Thursday 24th May 2018, celebrating students and staff from our University community who have helped shape the academic experience at City, University of London in 2018. The Awards were run in partnership with the Students’ Union and Learning Enhancement & Development (LEaD) team.



This year there were 11 awards up for grabs across four exciting categories. We received over 400 nominations, with hundreds of students and staff taking the time to tell us about the amazing work happening across our university campuses.


Please read on to find out who won in each of the categories.


The Winners


Most Helpful Feedback - Diptan Gudka


Enhancing Student Employability - Will Power


Leading in Equality - Katherine Reece Thomas


Personal Tutor of the Year - Lucy Myers­­


Research Supervisor of the Year - James Hampton


Outstanding Support – Academic Staff - Deborah Dickinson


Outstanding Support – Non-Academic Staff - Colin Day


Best Graduate Teaching Assistant - Yew Wong


Most Innovative Teaching - Paul Turner


Teaching Excellence Award

Law - Nicholas Hatzis


SASS - Andreas Kappes


SHS - Duncan Smith


CASS - Andrew Leung


SMCSE - Frederic Surre


Programme Representatives
Programme Representative of the Year

Law - Catriona McIntosh


SASS - Sonilla Dardha


SHS - Cassandra Yuill


CASS - Norhan Tawfik


SMCSE - Abdul Khokhar


Congratulations again to all those nominated and to those who made the shortlist. For everyone nominated we have a special prize for you waiting at our Students' Union Reception Desk - please come down to collect this.


The Academic Impact Awards were sponsored by LEaD and we would like to thank them for their continued support in the delivery.


For highlights from the event on May 24th, visit our Twitter, or check out the #AcademicImpactAwards hashtag!


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