Civic universities are actively working to support their local communities, cities and towns overcome the long-term social and economic challenges brought about by Covid-19. Professor Jane Robinson, Dean of Engagement and Place at Newcastle
Consultation response from the Civic University Network The Government's UK Research and Development (R&D) Roadmap aims to ensure the UK is the best place in the world for scientists, researchers, and entrepreneurs to live
July 2020 Nottingham’s two universities, together with the City and County’s Local Authorities, hospitals and Local Enterprise Partnership, have launched the Universities for Nottingham Civic Agreement. This Agreement, which announces more than a dozen
July 2020 Helen Goulden, Chief Executive Officer, Young Foundation The Institute for Community Studies, powered by the Young Foundation, is a Strategic Partner in the Civic University Network The Institute for Community Studies is
Richard Calvert, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Sheffield Hallam University explains the importance of being civic in a blog written for THE (link here) It’s now or never for universities to be civic Just 12 months
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