The Vice-Chancellor’s Awards have been created to recognise the ways our staff, both in teams and as individuals, demonstrate their commitment to the University's aims and values, especially around togetherness.
Congratulations to the following SSEHS award winners:
- Sports Achievement – For significant impact on sport policy and practice
Professor Mark King
Prof King is the world leading expert in bowling analysis. Through his research, he has been involved in cases on behalf of the IOC and has provided expert opinion on cases.
- Impactful research and innovation: For research and innovation that has delivered significant and sustained impact on society
Sport Performance Strand of the Peter Harrison Centre for Disability Sport
The PHC is an internationally regarded leader in Para sport with continued significant and sustained impact following the Tokyo Games that has been translated across the sports continuum.
The following SSEHS staff were also nominated at the awards:
- Dr Ash Casey
Education- For significant impact on student education
Partnerships – For activities that have had significant local, regional, national or international impact
- Dr Christof Leicht
Innovation in Education – For significant Innovation in education provision
- Chris McLeod
EDI Achievement – For activities that have made the University significantly more equitable, diverse and inclusive
- Jessica Judd
Loughborough Sports Personality of the Year – for outstanding achievement in sport
- IOC Legacy Project
Sport achievement – For significant impact on sport policy and practice
- The Centre for Lifestyle Medicine and Behaviour (CLiMB)
Research Team – For achieving excellent research and innovation outcomes through collaborative partnership
- The Child Feeding Guide
Impactful Research and Innovation – For research and Innovation that has delivered significant and sustained impact on society
Further information about the event can be found on the University news page.