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Courses shortlisted in national competition October 13: Two professional doctorate courses from the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies have been shortlisted for the Security Excellence Awards 2015. Programmes in security risk management and criminal justice have been shortlisted in the security training initiative of the year category. Senior lecturer Dr Alison Wakefield said: “These programmes address the appetite among many within the security and criminal justice communities to take their academic studies to the highest level, while also undertaking important research into areas of professional practice in order to advance knowledge.”
Dean shortlisted for mentoring skill September 22: Professor Tara Dean, Dean of Science, has been shortlisted by Women of the Future Awards as a mentor. Professor Dean was nominated by two of her mentees. Judging will take place, via interviews with the candidates, on September 25 and the awards ceremony will be on October 27. As a shortlisted candidate, Professor Dean automatically becomes a member of Women of the Future network.
Professor in line for STEM award September 15: Professor Joanna Scurr is in the final three candidates from a field of more than 200 nominees for the Women in Science and Engineering Lifetime Achievement Award. The next stage is an interview later this month. The award celebrates women who excel in engineering, manufacturing, technology or science, inspire other women and have made a significant contribution in their field.