Neville Stankley is currently the Student Academic Experience Manager for all postgraduate taught courses in the History, Heritage and Global Cultures Department.
Following a local government career in finance and project management, Neville became a heritage consultant in the East Midlands region combining it with a role as was as Education Manager at the Galleries of Justice Museum (now the National Justice Museum) immediately prior to joining NTU.
As a professional practitioner Neville is not research active. He is primarily engaged through regional strategic organisations to develop museum standards and sustainability.
Board Member of the Museum Development East Midlands (MDEM)
Chair of MDEM Forums Consultative Group
Member of MDEM Grants Panel
NTU representative on the East Midlands Museum Service Management Board
Committee member of the Nottinghamshire Heritage Forum
Advisory Director of Culture Syndicates
Chair of the Culture Syndicates Advisory Panel
Sponsors and collaborators
Neville currently works with the international heritage consultants Barker Langham to sponsor the biannual East Midlands Heritage Awards
As a professional practitioner Neville’s output primarily feeds into organisational and regional reports and strategy.
Neville has spoken to local media and professional heritage organisations on museums, Nottingham Castle, Robin Hood and developments that impact on regional heritage.