Celebrating the winners of the 2022 BEAMS Professional Services Awards Ceremony
28 October 2022
Staff from BEAMS celebrated excellence amongst their professional services staff at this year’s annual BEAMS Professional Services Awards Ceremony.
Staff from The Bartlett Faculty School of the Built Environment (The Bartlett), the Faculty of Engineering Sciences, and the Faculty of Mathematical and Physical Sciences (MAPS), also known as BEAMS, came together at 22 Gordon Street on Tuesday 12th July to celebrate excellence amongst their professional services staff at this year’s annual BEAMS Professional Services Awards Ceremony.
The event was hosted by the three BEAMS Directors of Operations and the Bartlett Faculty Operations Manager. Helen Crane introduced the event and Donna Williamson announced the nominees and winners. The audience enjoyed a short talk from Fiona Ryland, UCL’s Vice-President (Operations) who also presented the awards.
The winners received a £500 prize (with the runners up receiving £50), alongside a certificate and physical award to mark their achievement.
The winners and runners up are:
Giving our students the best support, facilities and opportunities:
Winner: Dan Carter, The Bartlett School of Architecture
Runner up: Naomi Jones, The Bartlett School of Planning
Valuing our staff and delivering on equality and diversity:
Winner: Adella Forder-Gore, Chemical Engineering
Runner up: Manjula Patrick, Engineering Sciences Faculty Office
Financing our ambitions:
Winner: Dragana Krsic, The Bartlett School of Architecture
Runner up: Laura Mulcahy, Department of Chemistry
Delivering excellent systems and processes in support of UCL’s vision:
Winner: Julie Richardson, The Bartlett School of Architecture
Runner up: Alex Alteparmakian, Faculty of Mathematical & Physical Sciences
Maintaining a sustainable estate to meet our aspirations:
Winner: Peter Kelly, Mechanical Engineering
Communicating and engaging effectively with the world:
Winner: Dimitra Stamogiannou, Space and Climate Physics
Runner up: Ruth Evison, The Bartlett School of Architecture
All staff at UCL are contributing to the UCL 2034 Enablers in some way and the number and variety of nominations underline that BEAMS professional services staff are playing a pivotal role in realising UCL’s vision and mission. Staff went to great efforts to gather high-quality information to support their nominations.
Thank you to everyone who came to the ceremony to congratulate the winners and celebrate their success.