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Nominate a team for Warwick's 2018 University Awards

This is your chance to tell us as much as you can about your nominated team and why they deserve an award this year.

You can write up to 600 words, but remember to tell us…

1) Who are they? We need to have at least one key member of the team listed so that we can check with them that the whole team has been included.

2) Why should they win? The judging panel might not be familiar with the team you’re talking about – so it’s your job to explain! Tell us what they do and why you reckon they deserve to win an award.

3) Can we share your words? We think that everyone deserves to know why they’ve been nominated, even if they don’t win. Let us know if we can share your nomination text, and do bear in mind that if they are shortlisted to win, they’ll hear an edited version of it anyway.

You don’t need to be overly formal in the way you write – simple, plain-English text is ideal. Please remember to stick to full sentences and avoid bullet points – this will help the judging panel as they look through your nomination.

Thank you – and get nominating!

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