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WAPTE Nomination

This page outlines how to make a nomination for a current member of Warwick staff who has made a significant contribution to student support at Warwick through their work as a personal tutor.

WAPTE seeks to reward oustanding contribution to personal tutoring; if you wish to recognise a member of Warwick staff for excellent work they have done in other areas of Univeristy life, such as teaching, please see the Warwick Awards for Teaching Excellence or the University Awards.

Complete the appropriate form, making sure you provide as much detail as possible around the awards criteria.

If you have any questions about any part of the nomination process or would like to discuss any issues relating to making a nomination, please contact wapte at warwick dot ac dot uk.

Nominations by Current Students

Please use this form if you are a current student at Warwick (undergraduate, visiting, foundation year participant, IFP participant, etc.).

Make sure you review the Guidance on Making Nominations.

You can make your nomination by either:

or

  • Downloading the hardcopy form and returning it (by 27 February) either electronically (via wapte at warwick dot ac dot uk) or in hardcopy to the Teaching and Learning Unit of the Learning and Development Centre (second floor, Senate House)

Nominations by Current Members of Staff

Please use this form if you currently work at Warwick. Staff in any role or at any grade can make nominations. All nominations by staff require the endorsement (in the form of a signature) of the appropriate head of department.

If you work at Warwick but are primarily at the University to complete a course of study (such as working as a graduate teaching assistant alongside a PGR course) please use the student version of this form.

You can complete your nomination by:

  • Downloading the hardcopy form and returning it (by 27 February) either electronically (via wapte at warwick dot ac dot uk) or in hardcopy to the Teaching and Learning Unit of the Learning and Development Centre (second floor, Senate House)