Professor Toby Wilkinson

Deputy Vice Chancellor at University of Lincoln

Deputy Vice Chancellor (External Relations), Lincoln University

Toby Wilkinson is the Deputy Vice Chancellor for External Relations at Lincoln University. He was previously part of the University of Cambridge International Strategy Office, working with the Pro Vice Chancellor (Jennifer Barnes) to support the schools, faculties and departments in their international engagements, and to develop the University's international strategy, particularly with regard to research collaborations and relationships with the EU, US, India and China. Prior to this, Dr Wilkinson was the Development Director at Clare College as well as Chairman of Cambridge Colleges Development Group.

As an acknowledged expert on ancient Egyptian civilisation and one of the leading Egyptologists of his generation, Toby Wilkinson has lectured around the world. He has excavated at the Egyptian sites of Buto and Memphis. He is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Egyptian History and has broadcast on radio and television in the UK and abroad, including BBC’s Horizon and Channel 4’s Private Lives of the Pharaohs, and was the consultant for the BBC’s award-winning documentary on the building of the Great Pyramid.

Upon graduating from the University of Cambridge he received the University’s Thomas Mulvey Prize and was elected to the prestigious Lady Wallis Budge Junior Research Fellowship in Egyptology. He is a Fellow of Clare College, University of Cambridge and an Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of Archaeology at the University of Durham.

  • 17 June 2020, 9:30am

    CSaP Annual Conference 2020

    This year our annual conference will have a particular focus on topics that CSaP has worked on during the past year, with invited experts offering insights into some of the latest research that has the potential to inform decisions taken by policy makers.

  • 6 March 2015, 2:30pm

    CSaP Associate Seminar on the Juncker Commission

    Policy Leaders Fellow Robert Madelin (DG Connect) will lead discussion, under the Chatham House Rule, on the prospects for the Commission under its new President