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Spotlight on Arendse Lund

This week the spotlight is on Arendse Lund, Student Engager Coordinator, UCL Museums. 

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Spotlight on Rhiannon Williams

This week the spotlight is on Rhiannon Williams, Global Internships Manager, UCL Careers.

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USS pensions: Provost’s update

More than a week has now passed since the HE committee and Branch Chairs of UCU rejected the revised USS pension agreement, put together by joint UUK and UCU negotiators with ACAS mediation. It seems that UCU’s decision was made with limited opportunity for consultation with their UCU membership. That leaves us with no agreement and no clear way forward.

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Spotlight on Paulette Williams

This week the spotlight is on Paulette Williams, Head of Student Success Projects, Office of the Vice-Provost for Education and Student Affairs.

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UCL Easter closure 2018

UCL will be closed to all non-UCL staff and students for Easter from 5.30pm on Wednesday 28 March 2018 to 9am on Thursday 5 April 2018.

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Spotlight on Wendy Appleby

This week, the spotlight is on Wendy Appleby, Registrar and Head of Student & Registry Services at UCL.

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Spotlight on Professor Rob Carter

This week, the spotlight is on Professor Rob Carter, Professorial Research Fellow in Arabian and Middle Eastern Archaeology, UCL Qatar. 

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Message from the Provost on pensions

We are now into the second pensions strike period affecting universities across the UK and I was pleased to see that talks yesterday between UUK and UCU have made some early progress. They have also agreed to conduct further talks next week, mediated by ACAS – an important step.

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Spotlight on Dr Rachael Scahill

This week, the spotlight is on Dr Rachael Scahill, Principal Research Associate, Huntington’s Disease Research Centre, Department of Neurodegeneration, UCL Institute of Neurology.

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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): Update

There are now fewer than 100 days before the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force across the EU. UCL has begun to prepare for the regulation.

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Spotlight on Matthew Seren Smith

This week, the spotlight is on Matthew Seren Smith, Learning Technologist for UCL Engineering and Founder of Fantasy Frontbench.

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UCL Parents and Carers Together (PACT) Network event: Changes to Childcare Voucher Scheme

With the Government’s introduction of tax-free childcare in 2017, employer led childcare voucher schemes are being closed to new entrants this spring. Whether you are currently in the KiddiVouchers scheme, thinking of joining, or just confused about whether vouchers or tax-free childcare would be best for you, come along to our lunchtime session to find out more.

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Spotlight on Jo Volley

This week the spotlight is on Jo Volley, Deputy Director (Projects), UCL Slade School of Fine Art.

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Spotlight on Professor Piet Eeckhout

This week the spotlight is on Professor Piet Eeckhout, Dean of UCL Laws and Academic Director of the European Institute.

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Pro-Vice-Provost (Alumni): applications now open

Philanthropy at UCL is about more than raising funds to support projects – it is about breaking down barriers, providing opportunities, and supporting the University to challenge convention, think differently and solve global challenges.

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Brain Food submissions – Summer 2018

UCL's Corporate Events team welcome submissions from all departments for public events for the next edition of Brain Food – Summer 2018, UCL's public events leaflet.

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Spotlight on Clare Llewellyn

This week the spotlight is on Clare Llewellyn, Lecturer in Behavioural Obesity Research, Department of Behavioural Science and Health.

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UCL Academy: five successful years

It has been five years since the UCL Academy opened its doors to the local community. This was the first time that a school had been established under the sole sponsorship of a university, and has provided a unique opportunity for the secondary and tertiary education sectors to come together to pioneer new approaches to education.

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