The winners of the 10th Annual Times Higher Education (THE) Awards were announced last night at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London, in a glittering event which was hosted by Jack Dee. Our congratulations go out to all the winners in each of the 18 categories, confirmed below, many of which demonstrated ground-breaking work in one form or another.
- University of the Year – Edge Hill University
- Outstanding ICT Initiative of the Year – The Open University
- Excellence and Innovation in the Arts – Norwich University of the Arts
- Research Project of the Year – University of Nottingham
- Outstanding Contribution to Leadership Development – University of York
- Outstanding Employer Engagement Initiative – Plymouth University
- Widening Participation or Outreach Initiative of the Year – University of Sheffield
- Outstanding Contribution to the Local Community – University of Manchester
- The Lord Dearing Lifetime Achievement Award – Professor Mike Shattock
- Outstanding Contribution to Innovation and Technology – University of Salford
- Outstanding Support for Early Career Researchers – University of Sheffield
- Outstanding Support for Students – Nottingham Trent University
- Most Innovative Teacher of the Year – Dr James Pickering, University of Leeds
- International Collaboration of the Year – University of Greenwich
- Business School of the Year – Salford Business School, University of Salford
- Outstanding International Student Strategy – University of Sheffield
- Entrepreneurial University of the Year – Anglia Ruskin University
- Most Improved Student Experience – Cardiff Metropolitan University
More details of about each winner can be found by clicking each university name on this page. We would like to extend our sincere congratulations to all of them.
It is pleasing to see that the list contains many universities whose students use the university thesis binding services from The Document Centre here in SE1, near London Bridge, South London, whether that’s via the walk-in shop or via the online ordering system on our website. There, students can upload their thesis or dissertation in Acrobat PDF format and then choose (or specify) the university regulation specification for the cover binding and any other bolt-on extras like register ribbons, gold or silver foiled lettering, burning or duplication of CDs and DVDs and indeed pockets to hold such disks. They can also choose from same-day services which are available in all but the busiest of times, or bookbinding services from 1 day to 3 days. The Document Centre also offer free delivery of theses/dissertations to many of the major London universities. Just see the thesis binding ordering page (and drop-down selectors) for the many options available.