Do you know someone who deserves to be recognised for their Changemaking activities? Nominations are sought across eight categories for the 6th annual Changemaker Awards.
Nominations can be made by anyone and self-nominations are permitted.
For guidance on how to insure your nomination creates the necessary impact please read the ‘How to get your nomination noticed’ page.

Please note that all awards have a deadline of 11:59pm on Sunday 8th November 2020.

Award: Changemaker Student of the Year
Description: The student who has demonstrated a significant commitment to Changemaking, whether locally, nationally, or internationally.
Eligibility: This award is open to all students and graduates of the University of Northampton who were enrolled in the 2019-20 academic year.

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Award: Changemaker Staff Member of the Year
Description: The member of University of Northampton staff who has demonstrated a significant commitment to Changemaking, whether as part of their role or external to the University, locally, nationally or internationally.
Eligibility: This award is open to all University of Northampton staff.

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Award: Community Changemaker of the Year
Description: The individual, community organisation or initiative from outside of the University who has demonstrated a significant commitment to Changemaking in the community, whether locally, nationally or internationally.
Eligibility: This award is open to all Northamptonshire individuals, community organisations and initiatives who are external to the University of Northampton.

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Award: Education Changemaker of the Year
Description: The individual, team, organisation or initiative that has demonstrated a significant commitment to Changemaking which enables children and young people to flourish and learn.
Eligibility: This award is open to all University of Northampton students, staff and graduates and all Northamptonshire individuals, community organisations and initiatives that are external to the University.

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Award: Health and Wellbeing Changemaker of the Year
Description: The individual, team, organisation or initiative that has demonstrated a positive social impact to benefit health and wellbeing in communities.
Eligibility: This award is open to all University of Northampton students, staff and graduates and all Northamptonshire individuals, community organisations and initiatives that are external to the University.

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Award: Culture and Heritage Changemaker of the Year
Description: The individual, team, organisation or initiative that has demonstrated a significant commitment to Changemaking, enriching communities through culture and heritage.
Eligibility: This award is open to all University of Northampton students, staff and graduates and all Northamptonshire individuals, community organisations and initiatives that are external to the University.

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Award: Enterprise Changemaker of the Year
Description: The individual, team, organisation or initiative that has demonstrated a positive social impact through enterprise activities.
Eligibility: This award is open to all University of Northampton students, staff and graduates and all Northamptonshire individuals, community organisations and initiatives that are external to the University.

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Award: Research Changemaker of the Year Award
Description: Celebrate, champion and recognise the commitment of PGRs and ECRs to research projects which meet one or more of the Changemaker challenges.
Eligibility: This award is open for anyone currently undertaking a research degree at the University, as well as staff who have been awarded their research degree by the University of Northampton within the last five calendar years.

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Please read the below definition of research before placing a nomination.

‘Research is defined as a process of investigation leading to new insights, effectively shared.
It includes work of direct relevance to the needs of commerce, industry, culture, society, and to the public and voluntary sectors; scholarship; the invention and generation of ideas, images, performances, artefacts including design, where these lead to new or substantially improved insights; and the use of existing knowledge in experimental development to produce new or substantially improved materials, devices, products and processes, including design and construction.
It excludes routine testing and routine analysis of materials, components and processes such as for the maintenance of national standards, as distinct from the development of new analytical techniques. It also excludes the development of teaching materials that do not embody original research.
It includes research that is published, disseminated or made publicly available in the form of assessable research outputs, and confidential reports’.

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