Professional Services Conference 2022: Back together, forward together
A thank you to the PS community
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The work that our professional services community does can often go unrecognised, but it is this ‘under the hood’ activity that enables everything else to work and function across the university.
To open the conference, representatives from five of our professional services teams presented their recent achievements including:
- Graduations 2022
- Communities of Practice (CoPs): Bringing people together
- Supporting staff and students in Ukraine
- Technical staff contribution to UCL Research
- Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021
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Host: Kirsty Walker, Vice-President (External Engagement)
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Fiona Ryland, VP Operations
Andy Smith, Chief Information officer
Beth Beasant, DoO at the Faculty of Medical Sciences
Claire Glen, Director of Research & Innovation Services
Liam McCafferty, Head of Innovation Service Development
Q&A with Fiona Ryland
Aloma Onyemah, Director of Equality, Diversity & Inclusion
Congratulations to Allison Dolling, UCL Astrea, and Sally Belcher for their winning ideas - and than you to everyone who submitted theirs.
Each winning idea will recieve £1,000 toward the project and support from a senior sponsor.
Donna Dalrymple, Interim Chief People Officer
Kevin Argent, Executive Director Estates Development
Agile Working Living Experiment
UCL Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources
Philippa Shallard, School Manager
Inside UCL - a pathfinder for building great experiences
Samantha Fanning, Head of Digital, VPEE & ISD
Transforming student experience through digital technology
David Goddard, Head of Digital Student Experience
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