WMG Professor shortlisted for prestigious education award
He is undoubtedly one of WMG’s most experienced doctoral supervisors, noted for his academic rigour, quiet efficiency and capacity for hard work, as well as his loyalty to colleagues and dedicated supervision of his students. It comes as no surprise that Paul’s approach has won the highest respect and admiration from colleagues, students, and industrial collaborators.
The Awards, billed as the Oscars of UK Higher Education, are open to universities, large metropolitans, small specialists and everyone in between. Five other academics have also been shortlisted in the ‘Outstanding Research Supervisor of the Year’ category, and the winner will be announced at a glitzy awards ceremony on 24 November in London.