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Dr Veronica Romaguera

Applied and theoretical inkjet printing. Colloids and polymer ink formulation. Chemistry of inks and surface science, especially nanoparticle and polymer inks. UV-inks. Fluorescence. Thin film technology. TFTs. LEDs. RFIDs

Specialties:R&D. Problem solving. Product development. Project Management. Data analysis and report writing.Training.

Keywords: 
Education for Sustainable Development, Business, Innovation, Project management

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Dr Tristan Pocock

I am interested in developing Enquiry-Based Learning (EBL) activities and have been made an honorary EBL fellow by the Centre of Excellence for Enquiry Based Learning (CEEBL). I also have an interest in sustainable development issues.

Keywords: 
Education for Sustainable Development, Sustainability, Health

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Dr Susie Miles

My research is focused on one of the greatest challenges facing world education systems, that of finding ways of including all children. Through the work of the Enabling Education Network (EENET), which I helped to create in 1997, the University of Manchester has become the worlds hub for communicating evidence from research and development projects in inclusive education in developing countries. 

Keywords: 
Education, Education for Sustainable Development, Engagement, Schools

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Dr Susana Lorenzo-Zamorano

My PhD focused on contemporary Spanish drama with special emphasis on alternative theatre, women playwrights and issues on gender and language. I am also active in researching on intercultural pedagogy, kinetic manifestations, theatre and dramatic forms in the teaching of Spanish as a FL, enquiry-based learning (EBL) and interdisciplinarity.

Keywords: 
Education for Sustainable Development

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Dr Ray Richmond

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

Actively involved in Environmental Sustainability in the Curriculum meetings.

Keywords: 
Education for Sustainable Development, Health, Teaching

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Dr Juup Stelma

My main research interest is the development of an ecological perspective on teaching and learning, and with a particular focus on the analytical affordances of the construct of 'intentionality'. My ecological thinking draws on James Gibson, as well as later writers from the 'Connecticut school' of ecological psychology.

Keywords: 
Ecology, Education, Education for Sustainable Development

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Prof Helen Beebee

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

My research falls mostly under the broad theme of 'Humeanism', which I take to be the view that there is no such thing as natural necessity (or, if there is, it is a fairly superficial rather than a fundamental feature of reality).

Keywords: 
Philosophy, Education for Sustainable Development, Public engagement

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Dr Grant Campbell

“Grain is the only resource in the world that is even more central to modern civilisation than oil.” Dan Morgan (1979) 

“No man qualifies as a statesman who is entirely ignorant of the problems of wheat.” Socrates

Grant Campbell is a member of the Satake Centre for Grain Process Engineering and the Centre for Process Integration, in the School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science.  Working across these two centres, he undertakes research on food and non-food aspects of cereals. 

Keywords: 
Food, Food supply, food and eating, Education for Sustainable Development

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Manchester Leadership Programme

The Manchester Leadership Programme (MLP) is unique to the University of Manchester and provides students with the opportunity to enhance their university experience, while giving something back to the wider community.

MLP students learn about the challenges facing society in the 21st century, and the leadership approaches needed to address them, both in theory and in real-world practice. The programme also helps students to develop the skills and experiences that graduate employers seek.

Keywords: 
Interdisciplinary, Education for Sustainable Development, Leadership

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Dr Sam Hemsley

The Manchester Leadership Programme (MLP) is unique to the University of Manchester and provides students with the opportunity to enhance their university experience, while giving something back to the wider community.

MLP students learn about the challenges facing society in the 21st century, and the leadership approaches needed to address them, both in theory and in real-world practice. The programme also helps students to develop the skills and experiences that graduate employers seek.

Keywords: 
Interdisciplinary, Education for Sustainable Development, Education, sustainability teaching

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