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Project Wins UEA's Vice Chancellor's Outstanding Achievement Award

Professor Claire Jowitt and Dr Benjamin Redding, their UEA colleagues, and partners Norfolk Historic Shipwrecks, Norfolk Museums Service, and The Gloucester 1682 Trust were delighted to win the University of East Anglia's Vice Chancellor's Outstanding Achievement Award for ‘Launching the Gloucester: A Norfolk Heritage Project with National and International Reach and Significance’.The award was presented to the team at a ceremony held at the Sainsbury Centre on 15 February 2024.

From left to right:
General The Lord Dannatt GCB CBE MC DL, Chair of Trustees, The Gloucester 1682 Charitable Trust
Professor Sarah Barrow, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Arts and Humanities, UEA
Steve Miller, Head of Norfolk Museum Service
Professor David Maguire, Vice Chancellor, UEA
Julian Barnwell, Norfolk Historic Shipwrecks
The Lady Dannatt MBE, Lord-Lieutenant for Norfolk
Lincoln Barnwell, Norfolk Historic Shipwrecks
Cat Bartman, News & Media Manager, UEA
Professor Claire Jowitt, FEA FRHistS FHEA, Professor of Renaissance Studies, UEA
Dr Benjamin Redding, Senior Research Associate in Maritime History, UEA
Jon Carter, Head of Intellectual Property and Investment Management, Research and Innovation Services, UEA
David Ellis, Director of Development, UEA


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