Equality Project Manager
College of Science Executive Office
College of Science
About Nicole Fielding
Nicole Fielding is the Athena SWAN Project Officer in Faculty of Science. She completed an MSc in Forensic Conservation (Heritage Science) in 2008, before returning to do a PhD with a University of Lincoln Scholarship, with additional funding from Trinity House, within the Historic and Ancient Materials Research Group (HAMR). She took up the position as the Athena SWAN Project Officer in April 2013, working with Professor Belinda Colston to promote and support the careers of women in science, engineering and technology (SET).
Monitoring and evaluating the WiSE@Lincoln trial
Developing new WiSE@Lincoln initiatives
Supporting Schools in self-evaluation processes and developing Athena SWAN Award applications
Historic and ancient materials
PhD The Viability of Capacitance-Based Probes for the Determination of Moisture Content in Historic
— University of Lincoln, 2015
MSc Forensic Conservation (Heritage Science)
— University of Lincoln, 2008
BSc (Hons) Archaeological Science
— University of Liverpool, 1994
Research Groups Memberships
Monitoring the movement of moisture in historic mass masonry
— University of Lincoln scholarship with Trinity House in 2009
- Fielding, Nicole and Colston, Belinda and Goodman, Adrian (2013) Evaluating the use of agricultural moisture probes in the historic built environment. In: Eastern Analytical Symposium and Exposition, 18-20 November 2013, New Jersey, USA.
- Colston, Belinda and Fielding, Nicole and Blakeley, Ronald (2013) Optimising the internal environment for the long-term conservation of North Foreland Lighthouse. In: IALA2013, 3-7 June 2013, Piraeus, Greece.