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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

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Prof Sir John Sulston

Professor John Sulston is Chair of the Institute for Science, Ethics and Innovation (iSEI), which was established at The University of Manchester with the mission to observe and analyse the role and responsibilities of science and innovation. The institute will examine the ways in which science is used in the 21st century, to evaluate possible or desirable changes and to consider the forms of regulation and control of the process that are appropriate or desired.

Keywords: 
Social responsibility, Innovation, Economy

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Dr Josephine Mylan

Jo's research interests lie in understanding how society can transition to more environmentally sustainable ways of consuming resources. This will require changes in the way we provision goods, including the technologies, economic and social arrangements, and cultural conventions which shape processes of production, distribution and consumption.

Keywords: 
Innovation, Management, Policy, Sustainability, Teaching, Education, Consumption, Social responsibility, Political economy

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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

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Mr Gary Lynch-Wood

Gary Lynch-Wood is a Senior Lecturer in Law. He is the LLB Programme Director, the Course Director for Legal Methods and Systems (a compulsory unit taught to all first-year undergraduates), and a core member of the China-EU School of Law (CESL). His specialist area relates to the corporate and commercial aspects of law, corporate social responsibility and governance. 

Keywords: 
Environment, Policy, Standards, Business, Governance, Economy, Business engagement, Social responsibility

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Prof Christopher Cutts

Chris was appointed Associate Dean for External Relations in the Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences in 2012. As a key member of the Faculty Senior Management Team he has key responsibility for liaison with a wide range of existing external partners including the NHS and other organisations as well as overseeing and developing new partnerships at Regional, National and International level.

He also has a key role in driving forward the Faculty strategy around social responsibility, sustainability and wider community engagement.

Keywords: 
Management, Sustainability, Climate, Climate change, Social responsibility, Engagement, External engagement, Health, Care, Policy, Education, Universities, Teaching

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Mr Doron Cohen

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

Keywords: 
Behaviour, Consumption, Engagement, Psychology, Society, Economy, Sustainability, Social responsibility, Political economy

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Dr Deborah Talmi

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

I have completed an M.A. in cognitive psychology at Tel Aviv University, Israel, where I focused on memory mechanisms and specifically the distinction between short- and long-term memory. My Ph.D. work with Morris Moscovitch at the University of Toronto focused on emotional memory, specifically on cognitive mediators for enhanced memory for emotional material.

Keywords: 
Leadership, Behaviour, Engagement, Psychology, Social responsibility, Sustainability, Climate, Climate change, Sustainability enthusiast, Workplace engagement

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Ms Daniele Atkinson

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

Keywords: 
Project management, Management, Change management, Organisational learning, Production, Sustainability enthusiast, Workplace engagement, Engagement, Social responsibility

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Prof Dale Southerton

My broad interests concern theories and processes of social change and its implications for the ordering of daily life. This leads to more specialised interests in: Consumption and everyday life, Theories of practice, Climate change and sustainability, Time and the temporal ordering of daily life, Social relations and differentiation, Socio-technical systems and innovation processes, and Comparative analysis (over time and space).

Keywords: 
Sustainability, Consumption, Social responsibility, Culture, Political economy, Economy, Politics, Interdisciplinary, Knowledge exchange, Universities, Society, Engagement, Innovation

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