Monday, 23 June 2014

"Faces for Fifty" Exhibition

Many congratulations to Kelly Benneworth-Gray who is included in the exhibition "Faces for Fifty" -- a celebration of those who have made a significant contribution to the University in its first fifty years.

As part of the 50th Anniversary celebrations the University asked who had made a significant contribution to the University over the years.

The call for nominations resulted in a list of 83 individuals who were seen to have helped to make the University of York great: they have enhanced the experiences of staff, student and visitors to the University, as well as its global reputation.

This exhibition celebrates the contributions of those nominated through photography and quotes taken directly from the nominations.

Five other past  members of staff from the Department of Sociology have been included in the exhibition:
  • Dr Laurie Taylor
  • Prof Paul Drew
  • Dr Margaret Silcock 
  • Dr Barry Sandywell
  •  Prof Andy Tudor
  • Prof Paul Drew

    Margaret Silcock

    Laurie Taylor

    Andy Tudor
    Barry Sandywell

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