SSP success at Partnership Awards

The Partnership Awards recognise and celebrate the achievements, commitments and impact of students, staff, and postgraduate researchers here at Leeds.

For the past four years University of Leeds has lived by the terms outlined in The Partnership, an agreement setting out the mutual expectations that members of the University have of each other.

The School of Sociology and Social Policy’s Richard Tavernier won the Personal Tutor Award, and student Leona Satchell-Samuels won the Diversity Outreach Award. Adam Formby also received a Special Commendation for his for his exceptional contribution to other students’ education.

Head of School, Anne Kerr said; “We are delighted that our hard working and talented colleagues have been  recognised at the Partnership Awards. These awards are a great way of recognising their dedication to student learning and support and they are very well deserved.”