‘Highest scoring SU
Award’ for the fifth
year in a row.
INTRODUCTION FROM CEO
With the continuation of the Covid-19 pandemic and associated
lockdowns, the 2020/21 academic year has been another
challenging and unique year for our members, our Trustees
and the University.
I would like to thank our staff, both permanent and casual
workers, along with our Trustees and Presidents, for their
continued hard work and determination, which has enabled
us to achieve so much this year.
Highlights include our Presidents’ tireless work around
Celebrating Black Excellence and Decolonising the Curriculum,
which aim to reduce racial bias and inequality.
Also, our Green Impact submission, which again achieved an
‘Excellent’ rating, not to mention winning the ‘Highest s IMPACT REPORT 2020/21
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