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Knowledge Exchange and Impact Awards 2016

The Knowledge Exchange and Impact Awards 2016

About the Awards 

 

Event Background

The inaugural Knowledge Exchange and Innovation Awards dinner in 2014 proved a huge success and a fitting celebration of the outstanding innovation that is happening across The University of Nottingham.

The second awards event, renamed the Knowledge Exchange and Impact Awards, and now incorporating the Media Awards, took place on Thursday, 5 May 2016 at the East Midlands Conference Centre. As anticipated there was a great deal of interest from across the University and from our external stakeholders.

The awards were well attended by entrepreneurs and business partners from across the region, as well as many of our academics who showed their support and recognition of the successes the University has in the area of knowledge exchange and impact.

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The next awards will be taking place in 2018 and we will be posting more information about the categories and key dates shortly. This website contains information about the 2016 event.

 

The Awards

Knowledge Exchange and Impact Award 

For staff based at the UK campuses, five entries will be shortlisted from each faculty, with the best in each faculty receiving a Knowledge Exchange and Impact Award.

Staff based at the University campuses in Ningbo and Malaysia are able to enter the international awards. Five entrants from each campus will be shortlisted, with one winner from each receiving an International Knowledge Exchange and Impact Award.

 
The Media Awards

The Media Awards are open to all staff, individuals or groups. There are two awards in this category for staff who have made a significant impact through their media work. One of the awards is for News and Current Affairs and the other is for Digital Media.

Five entrants will be shortlisted in each category.

 
The Vice-Chancellor's Award for Knowledge Exchange 
As the evening draws to a close, the special Vice-Chancellor's Award for Knowledge Exchange will be presented to an individual who has, over the course of their careers and through pioneering work, pushed the boundaries of knowledge exchange for the benefit of industry and/or society.
 

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Entries and Results

Entries are open to all academic members of staff within The University of Nottingham.

Please check to ensure the following before submitting your entry: 
  • your project meets the requirements laid down in the guidance notes below and;
  • you have the agreement of fellow team members (if applicable) to submit an entry. Nominations are now open and should be submitted via the Entry electronic Submissions Form below. The Vice-Chancellor's Knowledge Exchange Award will be judged separately by a panel chaired by Professor Dame Jessica Corner.

Please note the closing date for entries is midnight on Friday 19th February 2016.

 
Results 

All entries will be reviewed by a peer group of fellow academics from each faculty and the winners announced at a dinner on Thursday, 5 May at the East Midlands Conference Centre hosted by Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir David Greenaway.

 

Fill out an Entry Form

 

More information about knowledge exchange and research at the University can be found on the UoN website.

 

 

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