Make a nomination
How to make a nomination
Anyone can submit a nomination - staff, student, or other member of our community. For team-based awards, a team may be a formally appointed group or a group of people who work together on a regular basis and/or in relation to a project. This can include teams that cross both the faculties and professional services.
You need to set out, in no more than 250 words,the main reasons you think an individual or team deserve to receive an award and for which award category.
Please note: Closing date for nominations has been extended to Friday 1 June 2012. The shortlist of nominees will appear here from Tuesday 12 June 2012.
Using the following judging criteria to help you, you need to explain what makes them stand out and how they have gone that extra mile.
As part of the short-listing process, we are looking for clear evidence that an individual or team has deliveredextraordinary
service beyond their job description or team remit
All nominations will be assessed by a panel of judges that will have been selected for their expertise in the relevant areas. The judges reserve the right to contact those nominated to validate entry information
The judges reserve the right to move an entry to a different category if they feel it would benefit the entry
The judges reserve the right to make a discretionary award to any entry which they feel has demonstrated exceptional achievements/outcomes but which has not otherwise won one of the main category awards
The judges reserve the right to not make an award where insufficient and/or inadequate nominations are received for a category
UWE reserves the right to publicise the results of the bettertogether awards before and after the announcement of the winners, and publicise entries in press releases and case studies. It is a condition of entry that participants will co-operate with the media