STICERD and CASE news:
Farewell to STICERD and CASE's manager Jane Dickson
Published/Broadcast 1 April 2020
On the 31st of March we said goodbye to STICERD and CASE manager Jane Dickson who retired after 40 years of working at the LSE. Jane managed STICERD for more than 30 years and CASE since its inception in 1997.
Jane has provided exceptional support and organisation to both STICERD and CASE. As Centre Manager she demonstrated outstanding collegiality in terms of her advice, support and help for all members of staff and also in terms of keeping the centres' research community interconnected and collaborative.
In the words of her colleagues:
"I am sure her dedication and generosity have not only been profoundly helpful to countless many people, but have more profoundly shaped the working culture at STICERD / CASE contributing to making them the very special places they are."
"Jane's leadership as the Centre Manager for CASE and STICERD has been inspiring, consistent, and steadfast for many years. She is the heart of the research centres and will be much missed."
We wish Jane the best for her retirement, with the promise to get together and celebrate appropriately her time at the centres once we return back to normal.