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Bronze Athena SWAN Award for School for Cross-faculty Studies

The School for Cross-faculty Studies is delighted to announce that it has been successful in its application for the Athena SWAN Bronze Award. We are now engaged in implementing our five-year Athena SWAN Action Plan.


School for Cross-faculty Studies: Congratulations on staff promotions

We are delighted to announce that several academic members of staff from the School for Cross-faculty Studies have received promotions:

All of the above promotions came into effect on 1 August 2021, apart from Dr Nicholas Bernards’ promotion which has been in effect since 1 July 2021.

We congratulate Nick, Bryan, Kirsten, Stéphanie, Gioia, and Gavin on their success! These promotions reflect their commitment to their work and we are proud to have these colleagues as valued members of the School for Cross-faculty Studies.


Congratulations Liberal Arts Class of 2021!

Our Liberal Arts third- and fourth- year finalists were awarded their degrees on Monday 12 July 2021. The past two years have been particularly challenging and we are so proud of everyone who has graduated this year.

Tue 27 Jul 2021, 12:51 | Tags: Liberal Arts Student stories Undergraduate

New staff join the School for Cross-faculty Studies!

Student walking through the Ramphal Building, where the School for Cross-faculty Studies is based

We are delighted to have welcomed several new members of staff to the School for Cross-faculty Studies this month. We look forward to seeing the impact that Dr Xiaodong Lin, Dr Nikoleta Jones, Sam Gane, Sheree Thompson, Shehzadi Azis, and Ella Jones have in their new roles.


School for Cross-faculty Studies students selected as Future Leaders

Image credit: Future Leaders 2020-21

We are delighted to share the news that final-year Liberal Arts student, Matilda Oduntan, and Sociology and GSD graduate, Seiwaa Osei Afriyie, have been named among the UK’s most outstanding African and African Caribbean future leaders.


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