Lecturer wins University’s Cecil Angel Cup

Lecturer wins University’s Cecil Angel Cup

Lecturer Ahmed Al-Mallak (left) receives the Cecil Angel Cup.

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Wednesday 04 December 2013

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Lecturer, Ahmed Al-Mallak has been awarded Coventry University’s most prestigious prize for recognition, the Cecil Angel Cup.

The prize was awarded to Ahmed for work in raising the profile of Coventry University on an international level. Ahmed has worked hard to promote opportunities to Iraqi women in architecture in many ways including introducing a series of awards.

Ahmed the founder of Tamayouz Excellence Award is currently a Lecturer in the University’s Department of Civil Engineering Architecture and Building, but also studied a Masters in Management for Construction.

Ahmed’s promotional work has raised the University’s reputation in Iraq as a well known as a pioneer of Excellence in Architecture and a big supporter of Iraqi Architecture.

Ahmed said:

It is obviously an honour to win the award and have my hard work and commitment recognised. I am also very pleased to be working in an environment where hard work, commitment and innovation are not only well supported but rewarded as well.

The Cecil Angel Cup is awarded to staff or students of the University, either individually or on a group basis, for significant contribution to the development and/or well being of the University and the wider community, and/or significant enhancement of the reputation on the Institution.