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University of Lincoln
Brayford Pool
United Kingdom

About Nicole Fielding

Dr Nicole Fielding is the Equalities Project Manager for the Eleanor Glanville Centre. 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). As the Equalities Project Manager, she has gained extensive experience of the Athena SWAN Charter, the analysis and evaluation of institutional-level data (both quantitative and qualitative), and the monitoring and evaluation of equality, diversity and inclusion initiatives. She provides project management support to Schools across the University engaged with the Athena SWAN self-evaluation process and guidance in the preparation of award submissions. Dr Fielding is currently overseeing the Centre’s strategy for income generation, which seeks to grow revenue income in ways which align with and support the Centre’s commitment to facilitate the sustainable development of inclusive culture, through maximising existing income sources, identifying new ones, and outlining additional projects which compliment core work. She is also co-founder of the Newton Academy – the Science Club for Girls, and TOES: Tinker, Observe, Explore Science, and is a keen advocate of promoting early science engagement through hands-on activities that are both challenging and fun.

Department Responsibilities

Income generation Monitoring and evaluating the WiSE@Lincoln trial Developing new WiSE@Lincoln initiatives Supporting Schools in self-evaluation processes and developing Athena SWAN Award applications

Subject Specialism

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