Institute for Policy and Engagement
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The Keystone award recognises a non-academic member of staff, or non-academic team, who has been instrumental in supporting the delivery of successful policy impact or public engagement work. 

2020

Winner: Deanne Hewson (Faculty of Engineering), for their dedication and commitment to increasing participation in policy and engagement work across the Faculty

Shortlisted

  • NUBS China Executive Education Team, for their work to provide a bridge between academic insight and business practice

2019

Winner: Lou Rudkin (Institute of Mental Health), for their work with Nottingham Forest Community Trust encouraging football fans to talk more openly about their mental health

Shortlisted:

  • Joseph Best (School of Computer Sciences), for their work with Inspire Foundation Nottingham to bring STEM activities to 11-14 year olds
  • Denise McLean (School of Life Sciences), for their public engagement and policy impact activities with young people, women and the BAME and Caribbean Communities 

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