People of Colour Staff network

  • A black woman speaking on the phone, representing people of colour

At this time, we see anger, confusion and hurt around the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery. We also see the high death rate for non-white people from COVID-19. Now, more than ever, a safe space to reflect, talk and be listened to, is required to support non-white staff

The People of Colour Staff Network was formally set up in June 2020 and is open to all non-white staff at the University of Lincoln. We are the first non-white staff support group to be set up at the University of Lincoln. 

If you are interested in joining the POC Staff Network, or would like more information, please contact us. 

The network is coordinated by our three co-chairs:

Dr Patrick Hylton, Associate Professor, School of Psychology

Dr Patrick Hylton

Associate Professor, School of Psychology

Patrick joined the University in 1999, having previously lectured at the University of Greenwich, the University of Northampton and Nottingham Trent University. He has a particular interest in student-focussed changes to teaching and learning. Patrick is currently the Athena Swan lead for the Schoolof Psychology and Co-chair of the University's People of Colour Network.

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Miss Rhianne Sterling-Morris, Senior LEAP Research Officer

Miss Rhianne Sterling-Morris

Senior LEAP Research Officer

Rhianne's work at the University focusses on student experience and engagement. Staff profile

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Dr Primali Paranagamage, Senior Lecturer, Lincoln School of Architecture & the Built Environment

Dr Primali Paranagamage

Senior Lecturer, Lincoln School of Architecture & the Built Environment

Primali is a Senior Lecturer in the Lincoln School of Architecture & the Built Environment, College of Arts. She completed her PhD at Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London. Her subject specialism is design for health and wellbeing, rehabilitation, regeneration, urban design, resettlement, rebuilding after disaster, the built environment in social construction and social change. Staff profile