In 2020, we will celebrate 20 Liverpool alumni, including 10 recent graduates, at an awards ceremony at the University of Liverpool.
Alumni can be nominated by friends, family, staff, colleagues, or even themselves! If you would like to nominate a Liverpool alumna or alumnus, please fill in the form by clicking on the 'Nominate' button on the right hand side of the page and tell us why your nominee deserves to win an alumni award.
Nominations are not based on specific categories, but on the contribution that the nominee has made in their chosen field. These may include, but are not exclusive to:
- Success in business
- Academic or research success
- Contributions to the arts or creative industries
- Personal or professional success
- Achievements in sport
- Charitable work or contributions
- Contributions to the local, national or international community
- Contributions to the University of Liverpool
- Contributions to the city of Liverpool.
When completing your nomination form, please be as thorough as possible, giving your reasons as to why your nominee should win an alumni award. Individuals may make multiple nominations for different people, if they wish.
All nominees must be an alumna or alumnus of the University of Liverpool. It does not matter where you studied, it may have been at the Liverpool campus, at Leahurst, in the London campus, XJTLU, Singapore or even online.
Those nominated who have graduated since 2010 will be entered into the 'Recent Graduates' awards. Up to 10 recent graduates will be awarded.
The winners will be selected by a panel made up of the University of Liverpool community, including staff, students and alumni. The panel will assess each nomination on its own merits and will choose 20 winners, including 10 recent graduates. Winners will be contacted in advance and will be invited to the awards ceremony to be held in Liverpool.
This year, our Alumni Awards, will celebrate the many and varied achievements of our alumni community. We are looking for you to tell us about your achievements whether they are professional successes, your work as a volunteer or fundraiser, sporting success or a project of which you are particularly proud.Professor Dame Janet Beer Vice-Chancellor
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