UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage celebrates promotion of Kalliopi Fouseki to Professor
13 July 2020
UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage wishes to congratulate Dr Kalliopi Fouseki on being promoted to Professor in the latest UCL staff promotions.
UCL has announced the senior academic, research and teaching fellow promotions for 2019–20, and we are delighted to congratulate Dr Kalliopi Fouseki on her promotion to Professor, effective 1 October 2020.
Kalliopi is the Programme Lead for Sustainable Heritage MSc, and also teaches on modules at The Bartlett School of Architecture and The Bartlett School of Planning. Kallopi is also a Guest Lecturer at the University of Thessaloniki, Greece, and has taught at the Open University in the UK, Greece and Cyprus.
Prof May Cassar, UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage Director, said:
“Kalliopi’s promotion to Professor is the culmination of a career devoted to academic endeavour in her chosen field of heritage management. This accolade for innovative teaching and participatory research is very well-deserved recognition.
Kalliopi’s teaching interests are in the areas of social, economic, physical and environmental sustainability of cultural heritage as well as on the philosophical and ethical issues that relate to heritage management. Her research interests revolve around heritage and sustainable development; energy efficiency in historic buildings; heritage values and heritage in conflict.
- Sustainable Heritage MSc
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