The nomination should be 50-300 words, and should outline why you are nominating someone for an award and why they deserve to win. We’ve included some examples of previous ones below, which give an indication of the way you might want to approach your nomination. It doesn’t need to be long, formal or complex – it simply needs to make the case for why your nominee is so great.
You might want to draft the nomination in advance in Word, Google Docs or a similar programme, to enable you to keep count of the words and check you’re happy with how it reads.
Nominating someone for a Partnership Award is the perfect way to show your appreciation for someone who’s had an impact on your time at Leeds, and we can’t wait to read all the fantastic stories of the Leeds Partnership in practice. If you’d like to make a nomination, please do so before Sunday 19 February 2023.
Any questions? Contact the Academic Representation Team at email@example.com.