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Introducing MyHR

MyHR is a phased transformation programme that will fundamentally change the processes and systems that support the delivery of HR procedures across UCL.

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UCL Maps website: new features

The UCL Maps website, which is managed in UCL Communications, has undergone a substantial update since the beginning of Term 1 2016, including the enhancements below.

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Apprenticeships @ UCL

Later this year, UCL will be launching its new Apprenticeship Scheme across the university. The UCL scheme will help to enhance UCL’s reputation as a leading employer and help us to develop the skills we need for the future.

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Spotlight on Dr Robert Thompson

This week the spotlight is on Dr Robert Thompson, Enterprise Facilitator in UCL Electronic and Electrical Engineering, and Impact Fellow in UCL Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy.

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Provost's View: How UCL needs to respond to the new world order

Welcome to 2017 and a happy new year to all of you. This year will be one of major external change that will impact higher education in the UK and we will need to work together to ensure that UCL continues to make a major contribution to our ever-changing world.

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Spotlight on Professor Deenan Pillay

This week the spotlight is on Deenan Pillay, Professor in Virology in the UCL Division of Infection & Immunity, and Director of the Africa Health Research Institute (AHRI) South Africa.

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Potential tube disruption

The RMT trade union and Transport Salaried Staff’s Association have voted in favour of industrial action in relation to a dispute around ticket office closures and the need for more staff.

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Provost's View: A challenging year, but many opportunities lie ahead

The last Provost’s view of the calendar year gives me an opportunity to reflect on events in 2016 and to think about how we might adjust through 2017 to begin to tackle a world of higher education with significantly more uncertainty than at this time last year. My emphasis is to turn this course of events into a series of opportunities for UCL.

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Final first term issues of The Week@UCL and myUCL

The final first term issue of The Week@UCL – UCL’s all-staff e-newsletter – will be sent out on Thursday 15 December. Following the Christmas break, the newsletter will return on Thursday 12 January.

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Vice-Provost's View: UCL and the Francis Crick Institute

Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, accompanied by the Duke of York, officially opened the Francis Crick Institute this month. This is a £650 million investment, in which UCL is a founding partner along with the Medical Research Council, Cancer Research UK, the Wellcome Trust, King's College London (KCL) and Imperial College London.

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Spotlight on Manjula Patrick

This week the spotlight is on Manjula Patrick, Centre Administrator, Deafness, Cognition and Language (DCAL) Centre.

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Vice-Provost’s View: What’s new about UCL Grand Challenges?

At the heart of UCL Grand Challenges – which we celebrated and reviewed last year, and are expanding and refreshing this year – were two simple notions: an obligation based on our founding principles; and an opportunity based on our collective capacity.

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New interim Chairs of the UCL Research Ethics Committee (REC)

Professor John Foreman, current Chair of the UCL REC will be stepping down at the end of the year and will be replaced by the following academic interim Chairs for a period of 12 months effective from January 2017 until a permanent academic Chair is appointed:

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Spotlight on Gustav Milne

This week the spotlight is on Gustav Milne, Honorary Senior Lecturer, UCL Archaeology.

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