Partnership Award success for Business School

Members of the Business School garnered two awards last night at the Partnership Awards ceremony.

Congratulations to Nick Jackson, Programme Director MA Organizational Behaviour, who won the University's 'Personal Tutor' award.

Business School student Nabeel Alhassan (BSc Economics and Finance) was also winner in the 'Academic Rep of the Year' (student) category.

The Business School was delighted to have several other staff and students shortlisted in the prestigious awards.  

Equality and Diversity - Nabeel Alhassan and Aimee Francis   

Mentor - Jodie Legrand   

Positive Impact - Nabeel Alhassan   

Postgraduate Teaching - David Clark and Beulah Chelva 

Pro Dean for Student Education, Professor Nick Scott said, “We are extremely proud of our staff and students who were winners and runners up in the University Partnership Awards. This is testament to their hard work and drive to go the extra mile. Congratulations to all those involved.”

The Partnership is an agreement which brings Leeds staff and students together to set out the mutual expectations of us all as members of the University. Held annually by Leeds University Union (LUU), the awards recognise and celebrate the achievements, commitments and impact of students, staff, and postgraduate researchers here at Leeds.

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