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Spotlight on Dr Leslie Gutman

This week the spotlight is on Dr Leslie Gutman, Senior Lecturer and Programme Director of the MSc in Behaviour Change, UCL Psychology and Language Sciences.

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Spotlight on Samantha Ahern

This week the spotlight is on Samantha Ahern, Learning Technology Project Officer, Infomation Services Division.

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Spotlight on Dr Mark Waugh

This week the spotlight is on Dr Mark Waugh, Senior Research Fellow in the UCL Division of Medicine.

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Spotlight on Professor Geoff Burnstock

This week the spotlight is on Professor Geoff Burnstock, President of the UCL Autonomic Neuroscience Centre, UCL Biosciences.

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UCL statement: Manchester attack

“The UCL community wishes to send its support to the people of Manchester after the horrific attack that took place at the Manchester Arena on Monday night and offer our sincere condolences to the families of the victims.

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Spotlight on Lucia Beltrame

This week the spotlight is on Lucia Beltrame, Events Officer in the Office of the Vice-Provost (Development).What is your role and what does it involve?

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UCL Security: advice to the UCL community

Following the Manchester Arena terror attack, the threat level for international terrorism in the UK has been raised to CRITICAL by the independent Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre (JTAC).

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Call for volunteers: Fair Recruitment Specialists

UCL’s recruitment policy is to seek to select the best candidates for our positions based solely on merit. Yet there is considerable research that shows aspects of a candidate’s identity, such as their gender or ethnicity, may differentially, but subtly, shape the expectations and behaviours of a recruitment panel and consequently the selection outcome. 

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Spotlight on Dr Seirian Sumner

This week the spotlight is on Dr Seirian Sumner, Reader in Behavioural Ecology in UCL Genetics, Evolution & Environment.

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Volunteers needed for medical research

The UCL Division of Medicine is currently recruiting volunteers to study how the body responds to and recovers from acute inflammation in rheumatic disease compared with healthy volunteers. 

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Provost’s View: How UCL student recruitment is holding up amid uncertainty

UCL’s strapline as London’s Global University can be interpreted in a variety of different ways – our commitment to addressing some of the most pressing global issues through research, our vast network of partners and collaborations around the world to name but two.

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