Campus Stars: Georgia Smith


July 2nd, 2020

The Campus Stars campaign has been launched to showcase the colleagues still working on campus during the lockdown and highlight the crucial work they do.

Georgia is the Second Chef at Sherwood Hall on University Park and has been working at the University for one year.

As the Second Chef, Georgia provides food to students living on campus. During the pandemic, Georgia’s role has not changed and she continues to support the students who were unable to return home due to travel restrictions in addition to staff that remain on campus. Georgia forms part of a team of staff from various parts of catering and retail who continue to work through the pandemic.

 

During her free time, Georgia has been baking and leaving baked treats with friends and family. She has also enjoyed watching the latest season of After Life on Netflix, even if it is a bit emotional! Georgia also enjoys listening to music, and even sings a long at work to lift spirits.

Georgia’s favourite thing about working at the University of Nottingham is her colleagues, as they make the job so much more enjoyable.

Georgia’s message to the rest of the University community is to stay safe. She also wants to encourage everyone continuing to work, both from home and on campus, to keep up the great work!

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