Supporting the Department
We want to make sure that our students have the best
possible educational experience and are eager to maintain and enhance
our reputation for research excellence. We have expert staff delivering
world-leading teaching and conducting cutting edge research, but they
need to have the best resources available to them. You can help to
provide this by making a gift to your department.
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provide us with a source of income which can be used to respond to needs
and opportunities as and when they arise. From supporting student
scholarships to investing in new facilities, 100% of your gift will be
directed to areas of the greatest importance within the department. You
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" After studying History of Art at UCL (BA, MA & PhD) I worked as a University Lecturer, teaching History of Art. At the same time I worked on exhibitions as an external curator, and wrote about contemporary art. I left academia after five years to become Curator of Photography at Tate.
Simon Baker, Senior Curator, International Art (Photography) Tate
" I completed my undergraduate degree and PhD at UCL, after which I was a Henry Moore Postdoctoral Fellow in the department. Since 2005 I have taught modern and contemporary art at the University of York with a particular focus on American art since 1950.
Jo Applin, Senior Lecturer History of Art, University of York