Bob Beattie
Postgraduate 
Recognition Awards 2022

This annual celebration recognises the achievements of Postgraduate students throughout the year. Do you know someone who has gone above and beyond to support students or contribute to the Postgraduate life at Keele? Is there someone who has shown great strength during this time? Someone who has shown significant kindness and generosity to others? Why not nominate them?
 

This is the perfect opportunity to celebrate their efforts, and get their achievements recognised. Winners can receive a prize of up to £500.

Who was Bob Beattie?

Bob Beattie first came to Keele in 1965 as the Psychology Department’s first lecturer in Clinical Psychology. Bob was, for many years, a mainstay of the KPA Clubhouse, offering informal counselling and advice to many students. After his passing in 2015, the Clubhouse honoured Bob with a sketch portrait that sits above his spot in the KPA and the association honours him, every year by celebrating deserving students with the ‘Bob Beattie Postgraduate Recognition Awards’.

How do the awards work?

Well firstly, you need to nominate a fantastic postgraduate! Please read the terms and conditions carefully before submitting a nomination. This is to ensure that the student you have in mind qualifies for the award.

  • Submit your nomination between Monday 16th and Friday 27th of May

  • Our Bursary Awards & Scholarships Committee (BASC) will review all nominations and determine our winners

  • Winners will be notified in the week commencing 16th June

  • Awards will be presented at our Postgraduate Celebration event on Friday 24th June

Nominations are open until Friday 27th May 2022

I know a fantastic postgraduate, how do I nominate them?

Check out the nomination terms and conditions here

Need some more inspiration?

Check out our student contribution examples here

Nominate them!

What happens next?

We will be holding our annual Postgraduate Celebration event on Friday 24th June 2022​

During the evening, we will be announcing the winners of the postgraduate awards, as well as having some guest speakers come along to congratulate all awardees. 

More information on the evening will be released shortly, so make sure you keep your eyes peeled!