The winners of the competition
Our personal tutors were recognised for their dedication, hard work and support at the 'I Love My Personal Tutor' Awards recently.
Students across the University were given the chance to nominate their personal tutor for an award in acknowledgment of their positive contribution to University life.
The Faculty of Biological Sciences received three awards in total - the highest number across the University. Two of our personal tutors were chosen for an individual award, recognising their enthusiastic support, understanding, encouragement and overall contribution as personal tutors. The Faculty also received special recognition for the number of high quality nominations it received.
Feedback from students included:
Now in its third year, the awards organised by the Students' Union received a record number of nominations this year.
Madeleine Harris-Smith, Leeds University Union Welfare Officer, said: "We had a truly overwhelming response, with nearly 650 nominations received, 150 personal tutors short-listed, and 10 final winners. This is a huge testament to the support and dedicated work of personal tutors at the University of Leeds, and we'd like to say a massive thank you to all those who were nominated."
The winning tutors:
The winning schools:
Thank you to everyone who nominated and well done to our winners.
4th May 2010