About Lynda Skipper
I joined the University in 2011, having been previously employed by the National Trust and the Science Museum. I live in Lincoln with my husband, and two sons, along with three chickens, one small black and white cat, and one huge fluffy black and white cat. We also have a Morris Minor, which we are currently restoring, and a Wolseley 16/60.
Lecturing on a broad range of conservation topics, particularly science and preventive conservation. Programme leader.
Science, preventive conservation
— University of Lincoln, 2016
2016 Fellow of the HEA
— HEA, 2016
2014 Associate Fellow of the HEA
— HEA, 2014
2007 University of Lincoln MA Conservation of Historic Objects
— University of Lincoln, 2007
2006 University of Lincoln Graduate Diploma Conservation Studies
— University of Lincoln, 2006
2005 University of Cambridge PhD Biochemistry
— University of Cambridge, 2005
2002 University of Cambridge BA Natural Sciences (Genetics)
— University of Cambridge, 2002
2016 - UROS funding for research project ‘Soluble salt testing’
2012 - UROS funding for research project ‘Conserving Gardening History - Chemicals from Mr Straws
Consultancy through Crick-Smith UL includes materials analysis and preventive conservation, as well as advising on other conservation projects within my specialism.