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Spotlight on Laura Hewison

This week the spotlight is on Laura Hewison, Video Producer, UCL Student Recruitment Marketing, UCL Communications and Marketing.

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Guidance for UCL staff: What to do if you see or experience racism or harassment

UCL does not tolerate racism, xenophobia or harassment in the work place or in study. All staff are responsible for ensuring that they behave in an appropriate manner, showing respect for staff, students and others working alongside or engaged with the UCL community. All staff are encouraged to appropriately challenge inappropriate behaviours and raise concerns with managers so these can be dealt with. This note provides you with guidance on what you should do if you experience or witness racism, xenophobia or harassment.

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EU referendum: Implications for employees from EU/EEA countries

Following the UK referendum vote to leave the European Union, UCL President & Provost, Professor Michael Arthur earlier this week sent a personalised letter to all employees who are recorded on the UCL HR system as non-UK EU/EEA nationals. 

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UCL European Research & Innovation Office: update and open calls on EU funding

The UCL European Research & Innovation Office would like to reassure all academics that until the UK leaves the EU, the referendum result has no immediate effect on those applying to or participating in Horizon 2020 grants. UK participants can continue to apply, be evaluated and receive funding from, the programme in the normal way.

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Spotlight on Ann Blandford

This week the spotlight is on Ann Blandford, Director, UCL Institute of Digital Health (IDH).

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Spotlight on Rebecca Payne

This week the spotlight is on Rebecca Payne, Student Experience Officer, UCL Bartlett Faculty Office, UCL Bartlett.

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Uniting UCL staff and students following the EU referendum

As President and Provost of UCL, I’d like to ask everyone in the UCL community to work together at this difficult time after the EU referendum result and offer each other warm friendship, collegiality and mutual support. Such a response would be consistent with our longstanding values and our proud history of being a tolerant university, open to all.

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Spotlight on Abi Roper

This week the spotlight is on Abi Roper, Speech and Language Therapist Researcher, UCL Deafness Cognition and Language (DCAL) Research Centre.

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2016 UCL MOOC call report

Following the announcement of funding to develop three more massive open online courses (MOOCs) on the FutureLearn platform, we received 16 proposals, involving 50 members of staff across 16 academic units of UCL, as well as collaborators from other institutions.

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Spotlight on Maya Abraham-Steele

This week the spotlight is on Maya Abraham-Steele, Intern, UCL Media Relations, UCL Communications & Marketing.

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Flexible working on day of EU Referendum (23 June)

Next Thursday, on 23 June, Britain will vote on its membership of the European Union. For the first time in 41 years, we can vote on whether or not the UK stays in the European Union.

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Spotlight on Evan Landy

This week, the spotlight is on Evan Landy, Environment, Health and Safety Officer, UCL Estates.

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Spotlight on Alison Major

This week the spotlight is on Alison Major, Marketing and Distribution Manager, UCL Press.

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Are you open?

It is two months since the start of the REF Open Access Policy. All researchers should now be in the habit of uploading manuscript versions of articles and conference papers to UCL’s Research Publications Service (RPS). Papers that are not uploaded within three months of publication cannot be submitted to the next REF.

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