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16 June 2022

Success for school staff at annual awards

A member of the student experience team in the School of Politics and Economics (SPE) was among the winners at this year’s King’s Education Awards.

Chloe Humphreys with her award. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

Chloe Humphreys was selected by the judging panel as winner of the Student Support category in recognition of her contribution to improving the experience of thousands of students across the school.

She received her award at a special ceremony held at King’s on 16 June and attended by students and staff from across the university.

Chloe, student experience manager in SPE, said: “I am delighted to have received this award. It is fantastic working with the students in the School of Politics and Economics and I hope to keep improving their experience in the future.”

There was also award nominations for Dr Christopher Holmes (Department of European and International Studies) in the Sustained Excellence category and Dr Anna Gwiazda (Department of Political Economy) in the Inclusive Education category.

The King's Education Awards are a chance for King's students to nominate members of staff who have made a real difference to their King’s experience. The awards have been running since 2002 and over the past 20 years, faculties and the student panel have selected more than 200 winners from thousands of nominations.

Dr Virginia Preston, head of school administration in SPE, said: “Chloe’s work to improve student experience in our school has been transformative and this award is much deserved. Congratulations to Chloe and also to our nominees Christopher and Anna for their outstanding efforts.”

In this story

Christopher Holmes

Associate Dean (Doctoral Studies), Interim

Anna  Gwiazda

Reader in Comparative Politics

School Student Experience Officer