Ten colleagues and one team based at the School of Social and Political Science (SPS) have been shortlisted for College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (CAHSS) Recognition Awards.
The CAHSS Recognition Awards allow staff to recognise the incredible people we work alongside, and to thank them for the difference they make. They showcase the positive behaviours that benefit the College community, the teams that are supported by the talents of their members and the colleagues who inspire others.
There are 10 award categories and, in total, there were 1,513 nominations throughout the College this year. These nominations were then whittled down to a shortlist by a College-wide judging panel made up of academic and professional services staff.
The SPS staff and team included on the shortlist are:
- Michael Barany, Senior Lecturer in the History of Science - The Excellence in Leadership Award
- Ross Bond, Senior Lecturer in Sociology - The Excellence in Leadership Award
- Maria Brichs, Online Learning Programme Administrator - The Outstanding Team Player Award
- Lucy Ewing, Europa Institute Administrator - The Outstanding Team Player Award
- Radhika Govinda, Senior Lecturer in Sociology - The Advancing Inclusion Award
- Hemangini Gupta, Lecturer in Gender and Global Politics - The Excellent Newcomer Award
- Meryl Kenny, Senior Lecturer in Gender and Politics - The Susan Manning Award for Inspiring Mentorship
- Sarah Liu, Senior Lecturer in Gender and Politics - The Advancing Inclusion Award
- Lucy Lowe, Senior Lecturer in Medical Anthropology - The Community Impact Award
- Paul Norris, Senior Lecturer in Social Policy - The Head of College Award for Exceptional Service
- SPS Research Office Team - The Exceptional Team Award
Congratulations to all those shortlisted, and thank you to SPS staff who nominated others for the awards – it’s great to see so many deserving colleagues recognised!
The award winners will be announced at a ceremony on 6 June.