Person

Ms Teresa Chilton

Teresa coordinates projects for energy@manchester

Keywords: 
Information technology, Teaching, Education, Project management, Management, Schools, Community, Engagement, Energy efficiency, Energy, Sustainability, Communication

Person

Dr Richard Kingston

I am Undergraduate Director of Studies in Planning and Environmental Management. I have been a lecturer in GIS and Urban Planning since September 2003. I am also the Deputy Director CUPS.

Keywords: 
Communication, Geographical Information Systems, Geography, Planning, Information technology, Governance, Smart cities, Knowledge exchange, Cities, Sustainability, Teaching, Education

Person

Dr Richard Fay

Richard was named The University of Manchester Teacher of the Year 2013

Research interests:

- Intercultural communication / intercultural education (including cultural awarenesss development through world music studies)

- Intercultural aspects of language education (e.g. TESOL) and distance learning / elearning

- Appropriate methodology (of language education, language teacher education, and distance education)

Keywords: 
Citizenship, Development, Culture, Communication, Engagement, Sustainability, Teaching, Education

Person

Prof Maynard Case

Former Associate Vice-President for Compliance, Risk and Sustainability (2006-2012), Prof Case has extensive experience of the challenges and opportunities faced by universities as they seek to become more sustainable.

Keywords: 
Sustainability, Climate, Climate change, Universities, Engagement, Communication

Person

Ms Lynda McIntosh

One of the University's growing number of Sustainability Enthusiasts. Find out more about the initiative here.

Member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR), the Science, Technology, Engineering and Medical Public Relations Association (STEMPRA), and the Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges (EAUC)

Keywords: 
Sustainability enthusiast, Workplace engagement, Engagement, Communication, Events, Management, Media, Information technology, Marketing

Person

Ms Kate Sapin

Research interests include community and youth work and participation, sustainability and communities, anti-oppressive practice, student engagement and social responsibility.

Keywords: 
Communication, Engagement, Community, Youth culture, Sustainability, Climate, Climate change, Citizenship, Development, Teaching, Education, Interdisciplinary

Person

Mr Julian Skyrme

Julian Skyrme is Director of Social Responsibility at The University of Manchester. Social responsibility is one of the University's three core strategic goals and aims to ensure Manchester's learning, research, engagement and operational activities make a positive difference to society. Julian has also provided leadership to the University's broad range of widening participation and student progression activities, including fair access and admissions, school liaison and bursary and scholarship provision.

Keywords: 
Social responsibility, Engagement, Community, Sustainability, Communication

Person

Dr James Hopkins

One of the University's growing number of Sustainability Enthusiasts. Find out more about the initiative here.

My post is an academic-practitioner role, which is the first of its kind in the UK. I lead on University History and Heritage at the University of Manchester through three core themes:

Keywords: 
History, Heritage, Culture, Buildings, Communication, Engagement, Social responsibility, Business engagement, Business, Workplace engagement

Person

Dr Bruce Grieve

Dr Grieve is a chartered engineer and Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET). He has spent 20 years of his career in the field of on-line analysis, measurement and informatics R&D within pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies.

Keywords: 
Information technology, Innovation, Health, Biotechnology, Biology, Technology, Monitoring, Agriculture, Business, Rural studies, Filtration, Instrumentation, Communication, Engagement

Group

Centre for the History of Science, Technology and Medicine

Our several interconnected research areas address the social and cultural history of science, technology and medicine as they were practised and experienced. We focuses predominantly on nineteenth- and twentieth-century history, mostly in Britain, Europe and the USA, but also including Far Eastern and African science, technology and medicine.

Keywords: 
Communication, History