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The 2018 Everywoman in Technology Awards held on Thursday 8 February in London saw success for two women from the higher education sector.

 

Jeni Brown, IT Training Manager at the LSE, won the Academic Award with Tanja Lichtensteiger, Business Systems Development Manager at Leeds Becket University, winning the Team Leader Award.

 

Congratulations to both.

 
Posted:  13 February 2018
 
 
Sally Bogg, Head of End User Services at Leeds Beckett University, Chair of UCISA’s Support Services Group and a member of UCISA’s Executive Committee, has been named Business Role Model of The Year at the 2018 Women in IT Awards. Sally shares her thought on her winning in a recent blog post
 
Posted:  7 February 2018
 
 

Women from the Higher Education sector achieved unparalleled success at last night’s Women in IT Awards, winning in three categories.

 

The first success of the evening was Floriana Molone, Head of Customer Services at the London School of Economics and Political Science, who won the Future CIO category. Further success came in the Business Role Model of the Year category with Sally Bogg, Head of End User Services at Leeds Beckett University and Chair of UCISA’s Support Services Group, taking the Award. The evening was rounded off with further Higher Education success as Alison Davis, CIO at the Francis Crick Institute won the CIO of the Year Award. Claire Priestley, Director of IT Services at City, University of London, was also nominated in the CIO of the Year category.

 

In addition to the success enjoyed by the HE sector, Sam Mudd, Managing Director of UCISA Corporate Members Phoenix Software Ltd, won the Business Leader of the Year Award.

 

Congratulations to all on their success.

 
Posted:  1 February 2018
 
    

Following on from the four nominees from the sector for the Women in IT Awards, congratulations to Jeni Brown, IT Training Manager at the LSE, and Tanja Lichtensteiger, Business Systems Development Manager at Leeds Becket University for their nominations for the FDM EVerywomen in technology awards. Jeni is nominated for the Academic Award whilst Tanja is shortlisted for the Team Leader Award.

 

The winners will be announced at an Awards Dinner on 8 February.

 
Posted:  10 January 2018
 
    

A new research article by UCISA Digital Education Group members Martin Jenkins, Julie Voce and Richard Walker has been published in Interactive Learning Environments, summarising recent Technology Enhanced Learning survey and case study research on developments across the UK Higher Education sector.

 

The article can be read here

 
Posted:  9 January 2018
 
    

Congratulations and good luck to Claire Priestley (City, University of London), Sally Bogg (Leeds Beckett University), Alison Davies (Crick Institute) and Floriana Molone (LSE) who have been shortlisted for the 2018 Women in IT Awards.

 

Claire and Alison are both nominated in the CIO category, Sally is shortlisted for the Business Role Model award and Floriana is nominated in the Future CIO category. The winners will be announced at a gala dinner on 31 January.

 
Posted:  5 January 2018


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