The 7th of September 2016 was a grand day for 300 Lincoln School of Film & Media graduates who celebrated their achievements – including Nigel Morris who received his PhD – with scholars, family and friends at Lincoln Cathedral.
University of Lincoln awarded Film and TV producerTony Garnetthis Honorary Doctorate of Arts. He said “This generation knows in its bones that we now live in a media society. Our creative industries continue to grow in scale and cultural importance.”
Listen to his speech as you watch the Graduation Day slideshow …
See Internships like this PAID one at Social Change UK, which is based in Lincoln.Thanks Ammar Mesari for getting in touch with us here on the blog about their Media Production Executive Internship. The role is part of the Uni of Lincoln’s Graduate Internship Scheme. So 2015 or 2014 alumni are eligible to apply for this creative full-time position: ‘your job will be to plan, script, film and edit video content, create voiceover and produce audio products (such as podcasts) and lead on digital output.’ Continue reading →
15 June 2015 is the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta. There are four original documents of Magna Carta, which were sealed by King John in 1215, and one is in LINCOLN. ‘The Great Charter’ agreed the rule of law applied to all and recognised civil liberties. Visit Lincoln said the city is ‘the only place in the world where you can find an original copy of Magna Carta together with the Charter of the Forest … The two charters belong to Lincoln Cathedral and are housed in Lincoln Castle.’ A new visitor centre at the castle, events and public lectures will celebrate Lincoln Cathedral’s Magna Carta. More on the Magna Carta 800th Anniversary website.
On a wintry Wednesday there were plenty of warm-hearted wishes from Lincoln School of Film & Media, family and friends to today’s graduates. Congratulations from us all at the University of Lincoln to our latest alumni! Be proud.
Graduation Day marked the start of the University of Lincoln’s Year of Liberty. Vice Chancellor Professor Mary Stuart said: This year is an important landmark for the University, the Cathedral, the county and the city of Lincoln, as we mark the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta – the cornerstone of our democracy. In commemoration, the University is making 2015 its Year of Liberty, and I can’t think of a better way to begin than celebrating the success of our graduates.
See the graduation gallery of images by John Jenkins at the Lincolnshire Echo. LSFM grads please keep us posted on what you’re up to, we’d love to hear from you. Do follow us @LSMAlumni and share your experiences with current & former students here on the School’s blog. Thanks.
Captured! Our Class of 2014’s Graduation Day pics at Lincoln Cathedral courtesy of LSFM’s Alumni team and the School’s Senior Lecturers Chris Hainstock & Zara Healy. The photo (left) is by alumnus George Bass and it was the University of Lincoln’s picture of the week. He said: “honoured to share my Graduation day with legendary singer Barbara Dicksonwho was awarded a Doctorate of the Arts!”
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The video of our 2.30pm Graduation Ceremony can beviewed here. We wish our alumni all the very best. Please do keep us posted - let us know about your journeys and experiences. Remember to share with us on this blog …
A collaborative project called ‘Crowd-Curated History’ will preserve community memories of Lincoln Cathedral and it will be led by Lincoln School of Media’s Senior Lecturer Dr. Andrew Elliott. Marie Daniels from the University of Lincoln’s Press Officer shared the story.
A project involving researchers at the University of Lincoln and the team at Lincoln Cathedral will see members of the public using a new Smartphone application to preserve and share their memories of events associated with local historic sites. The ‘Crowd-Curated History’ project, being led by academics from Media, Computer Science and History subject areas at the University of Lincoln, UK, will enable visitors to Lincoln Cathedral, and other local historic sites, to contribute their stories to the body of knowledge about exhibits, objects and places. Continue reading →
Congratulations to Lincoln School of Media 2013 graduates. It’s a fabulous feeling! Well done on all your achievements. Keep us posted on what you’re up to – we’d love you to hear from you. These images were captured on a glorious sunny day at Lincoln Cathedral by LSM’s Senior Lecturer Neil Kendall.
The 23rd of January was the first graduation day of 2013 for the University of Lincoln. As part of the LSM’s alumni team, I find it‘s a great opportunity to capture the event. Although I have to admit that I have never attended the January ceremonies at Lincoln Cathedral, until now. Today I was fortunate to see graduation from a different perspective – as a postgraduate student. So, as I warm up now with a glass of mulled wine and raise it to all alumni, I thought I’d post a couple of photos taken by my nearest and dearest.
Taking centre stage was actor John Hurt CBE who received an Honorary Doctorate of Arts. Perhaps you can spot the Head of the LSM Sarah Barrow, and how about anyone else pictured?