The Strathclyde Medals recognise people who have made an important contribution to the University values in their work, relationships and achievements.
Strathclyde Medals 2020
Eighteen individuals and eight teams at Strathclyde had their outstanding service recognised at a virtual Strathclyde Medals Ceremony on Monday 5 October 2020, hosted by Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Jim McDonald.
The awards have been made to people and teams, nominated by their peers and colleagues, for demonstrating the University Values – People-Oriented, Bold, Innovative, Collaborative and Ambitious – in their work, relationships and achievements.
Read more about the 2020 Medal Winners.
Over recent years, we have worked together to ensure that our University Values authentically reflect who we are, how we work, what we believe in and what we stand for. There is no doubt that our Values – People-Oriented, Bold, Innovative, Collaborative and Ambitious - are currently playing a critical role in how we are responding to the COVID-19 crisis and will be an essential part of how we achieve our exciting plans associated with Vision 2025.
Every year, we ask you to nominate individual members of staff or teams who consistently demonstrate the University’s Values in their work, contributions and relationships. Nominations received are considered by a cross University panel, with the best examples being celebrated at a Strathclyde Medals Ceremony where individuals and teams receive a Values Medal or a Values Team Trophy.
Nominations for the 2021 awards will be invited in Spring 2021. For questions or further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- nominees must be University of Strathclyde employees
- nominations can be for an individual or a team (all team members must be University of Strathclyde employees)
- nominations can be made by any Strathclyde member of staff or any current Strathclyde student
- if nominating a team, the team lead and contact details should be included
- as the nominator, you should complete the Nomination Form and provide a brief description of the activity or contribution for which the nominee(s) is being proposed for an award
- one nomination should be made per form; you can submit as many nominations as you wish as long as each nomination is clearly different
- alternatively, nomination forms should be sent in a sealed envelope, clearly marked ‘Strathclyde Medals’, to:
Organisational & Staff Development Unit
OSDU, 40 George Street, Glasgow