Last but not least, we have our final shortlisted institution: Tilburg University.
Their project is called ‘Tilburg University Vitality’ focusing on creating a healthier and happier work force.
HR and the sports center made a plan to mould a passive way of sports participation into a vitality program, which is more than just sport, and promote this actively.
Funding was quickly arranged once it was viewed how successful the program could be when all the individual elements were grouped together.
After a successful pilot, the Executive Board have extended the funding for five years ensuring a positive future for ‘Tilburg University Vitality’.
They have presented to every department in the University, acquired ambassadors and also organised a ‘Health Week’ with a variety of activities and more.
So that completes our shortlist of ENAS Award finalists, don’t forget that all delegates at the ENAS Forum & Assembly will be invited to vote following presentations of each project.
The shortlist for this year’s ENAS Award has been announced (see below). The annual award celebrates innovative projects and effort made by ENAS members within their institution.
ENAS Award Shortlist
University College Dublin (Ireland) – ‘Student’s helping Students’
University of Potsdam (Germany) – CleanUp
Tilburg University (Netherlands) – ‘Tilburg University Vitality’
Each of the nominated universities will be given the opportunity to present their award at the ENAS Forum & Assembly in Nijmegen. All delegates will receive one vote, made through the Evenium application.
The award presentations will be taking place on Wednesday 14 November between 15:00 and 16:00 in Radboud University.
Congratulations to all of the shortlisted universities and we look forward to seeing the presentations.