In 1964, when she died, Helen Wodehouse was still the only woman to have held a Chair in this University and it was in 1964 that the decision was taken to name the new Graduate School of Education building in Berkeley Square after her.
by Helen Wodehouse
My academic journey has led me not only to find my own voice as a researcher, but to become very comfortable with myself as a practitioner and as a person.
by Rosie Helyar
I joined the United Nations in 1991 and worked for UNESCO for 18 years.
by Professor Rupert Donald Iain Maclean, AO
I was ordained the first female Turks and Caicos Islander Methodist Presbyter.
by Reverend Julia Elizabeth Williams
Some of the happiest days of my working life.
by Beryl Collins