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LCCOS colleagues shortlisted for the UCL Education Awards

22 May 2023

We are pleased to announce that the following members of staff from Library, Culture, Collections and Open Science (LCCOS) have been shortlisted for the UCL Education Awards 2023.

Chris Hoyle sits in the Bloomsbury Theatre control booth

Individual nominees

  • Dr Andrea Fredericksen, UCL Art Collections Curator (Category of Openness and Inclusion).
  • Chris Hoyle (pictured), Bloomsbury Theatre Technician (Category of Student Partnership).
  • Dr Katie Meheux, Librarian at the Institute of Archaeology (Category of Amazing Support Staff).

Team nominee

Special Collections and Library Skills Team

(Category of Openness and Inclusion)

  • Jo Baines, Academic Liaison Librarian/Archivist, Special Collections;
  • Erika Delbecque, Head of Rare Books, Special Collections;
  • Vanessa Freedman, Subject Liaison Librarian for Hebrew and Jewish Studies;
  • Kathryn Hannan, IOE Archivist, Special Collections;
  • Liz Lawes, Subject Liaison Librarian for Fine Art, History of Art, and Film Studies;
  • Katy Makin, UCL Archivist, Special Collections;
  • Colin Penman, Head of Records, Special Collections;
  • Dr Tabitha Tuckett, Rare Books and Academic Liaison Librarian, Special Collections.

About the awards

The annual Education Awards recognise and celebrate the achievements of staff and students, and their contributions to the UCL learning community. The nominees have been awarded a UCL Education Award by Research, Innovation and Global Engagement (RIGE) and shortlisted for a UCL Provost Education Award.

The winners will be announced at an in-person ceremony on Wednesday 7 June 2023.

UCL Education Awards 2023

Go to the Learning and Teaching news page to view the full list of nominees and to book your ticket to the award ceremony.