‘Wonderful’ school takes pride in its achievements
True partnership working has been recognised in a prestigious awards scheme.
The School of Food Science and Nutrition, which won the School of the Year accolade at this year’s Leeds Partnership Awards
The final feature in our series – profiling winners in all 14 categories of this year’s Leeds Partnership Awards – highlights the outstanding accomplishments of the School of the Year.
The coveted awards celebrate those people who truly put into practice the Leeds Partnership – an agreement setting out our shared commitment to work together to support all aspects of our University community.
And with nearly 2,200 nominations, there has been plenty to celebrate.
The School of the Year award is made based on the exceptional scale and scope of partnership working evident in its nominations. Judges selected the School of Food Science and Nutrition as this year’s winner.
In a joint statement, the school said: “The School of Food Science and Nutrition is delighted to have won the Leeds Partnership Award for School of the Year.
“Every member of the school community has played their part in providing an enriched academic experience, with true partnership working between students and staff embedded into the ethos of the school.
“The number of nominations and Faculty Partnership Awards that were received by both individuals and groups of students and staff in the school highlights the fantastic work that has been achieved in such a difficult year, and we’re all proud to be part of such a wonderful school.”
In-depth profiles of each of the 2021 Leeds Partnership Awards winners can be found on the For Staff website.Posted in: University newsStudent education