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Making a Difference award winners announced

(18 May 2017)

Last week’s Making a Difference Awards recognised staff and students for their commitment to social responsibility and the impact their work has had on a wide range of communities. There were 15 staff and student successes from the Faculty of Humanities across the categories, highlighting the breadth of support our colleagues have shown to social responsibility over the past year. Our huge congratulations go to the following people:

Winners

  • Dr Leandro Minuchin, Architecture, School of Environment, Education and Development

Prefigurative architectures

  • Hamza Arsbi, Student, MSc International Development, Global Development Institute

The Science League

  • Chijioke Anosike, Student, Development Studies and Politics, School of Social Sciences

CAN/ The Big Change

  • Neil Allen, School of Law

The Dementia Law Clinic

  • Dr Joanne Jordan, Global Development Institute, School of Environment, Education and Development

The Lived Experience of Climate Change: A Story of One Piece of Land in Dhaka

  • Sakib Moghal, Student, BA Geography, School of Environment, Education and Development and team members, students: Saqib Mahmood, Usman Khan, Hana Jafar, Nomaan Zubair, Irum Islam, Laura Grant, Maria-Louisa Pelidis, Matea Balabanovska

Manchester Open Mind Network

  • Ruth Daniel and Teresa Bean, School of Arts, Languages and Cultures

The Creative Entrepreneurial Programme In Place of War

 

Highly commended

  • Dr Jonathan Darling, Geography, School of Environment, Education and Development 

Producing urban asylum: shaping policies for the housing of asylum seekers in Britain

  • Dr Jo Deakin and Dr Claire Fox, Centre for Criminology and Criminal Justice, School of Law

Criminology in Action

  • Cheryl Latham, MBA student, Alliance Manchester Business School

Brighter World UK

  • Dr David Spendlove, Manchester Institute of Education, School of Environment, Education and Development 

Initial Teacher Education: Over 150 years of producing inspiring teachers for local communities

  • Simren Singh, Student, School of Law

Advocating for all

  • Wenling Ding, Student, School of Arts, Languages and Cultures

Promoting Cultural Engagement in Local and Global Community

  • Dr Sarah Marie Hall, School of Environment, Education and Development

Everyday Austerity Exhibition

  • Dr Melanie Giles, School of Arts, Languages and Cultures

Archaeology in the Classroom 

Find out about all the winners and their projects on the Social Responsibility webpages.