LfSS staff awarded EAUC Fellowship
The article below was originally published on the EAUC (Environmental Association of Universities and Colleges) website on 04 August 2022. Our partnership working with EAUC continues to go from strength to strength and we’re delighted that both our Chair, Dr Rehema White, and our Development Manager, Betsy King, have been recognised in this way.
Launched in 2017, the EAUC Fellowship strives to recognise that our members are at the heart of the organisation and their expertise is highly valued within the sector. We created this Award as part of EAUC Strategic Goal No.5 – Stronger Community – improved member engagement and recognition. Through the Award, we aim to better acknowledge and reward exceptional member contribution to the EAUC community while strengthening and deepening the community to become a more powerful movement of engagement, capacity and change.
We recently welcomed numerous new Fellows and Honorary Fellows, rewarding their dedication to the sector and the deepening of partnerships within the EAUC. The Award is also an opportunity for those who are enthusiastic to contribute more closely to our projects, as a means increase the EAUC’s impact on universities and colleges. This new list of individuals reflects the effort of so many who have made the EAUC what it is today, and it is our way of saying ‘thank you’.
This year we have a new category of Fellow – Life Honorary Fellow – to recognise those that have contributed to the sector and EAUC but have now retired or left the sector. We are delighted to announce Professor Joy Carter, former Vice Chancellor at University of Winchester and former Climate Commissioner as our inaugural EAUC Life Honorary Fellow.
Meet our Fellows and Honorary Fellows
- Dave Reay – University of Edinburgh
- Dr Rehema White – University of St Andrews
- Julian Greaves – Bath Spa University
- Julie Thornton – Heart of Yorkshire Education Group
- Martin Webb – Edinburgh College
- Matthew Ward – NCG
- Roddy Yarr – University of Strathclyde
- Sue Brown – College of West Anglia
- Alyssa Gilbert – Imperial College London
- Angus Warren – APUC
- Betsy King – Learning for Sustainability Scotland
- Chris Donnelly – University of the West of England
- Dr Georgina Gough – University of the West of England
- Dr Rachel Dunk – Manchester Metropolitan University
- Jane Mork – Manchester Metropolitan University
- Paul Roberts – University of the West of England
- Shona Smith – University of Leeds
- Vicki Harris – University of the West of England
Student Honorary Fellow:
- Katie Major – Smith – Plymouth Marjon University
Life Honorary Fellow:
- Professor Joy Carter – Former VC at University of Winchester and former Climate Commissioner
It is a delight to welcome so many new individuals to this team, who’s varied backgrounds will offer valuable insight and advice. We look forward to what lies ahead!