Person

Dr Gary Motteram

My main research interests are in: technology in language education; distance teacher education and e-learning.

Keywords: 
Teaching, Universities, Education, Sustainability

Person

Mrs Georgina Mills

Estate Teams operate within each Faculty. These teams provide liaison and communication, on behalf of the Faculties with various service providers.

The Teams monitor the responses to requests for work and projects as well as identifying operational service requirements, setting targets and monitoring the general performance of the Estates Directorate and other service providers on behalf of the Faculties.

Keywords: 
Universities, Estates, Buildings

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Mrs Helen Dobson

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

Keywords: 
Education, Environment, Teaching, Sustainability, Development, Interdisciplinary, Applied research, Universities, Sustainability enthusiast, Workplace engagement, Engagement, Education for Sustainable Development

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Dr Carly McLachlan

My area of research covers how people and organisations engage with energy and climate change issues. This generally means that I am looking at the interactions between science, technology and people. One particular area of interest is in renewable energy siting issues. We have an explicit policy relevance focus at Tyndall Manchester and so we try to conduct research that has practical relevance to the climate change agenda for national and local government, businesses and NGOs.

Keywords: 
External engagement, Climate change, Engagement, Renewable energy, Sustainability, Energy, Knowledge exchange, Community, Interdisciplinary, Universities

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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

Person

Ms Colette Cooke

Keywords: 
Volunteering, Engagement, Employment, Employability, Universities, Environment, Sustainability, Climate, Teaching, Education

Person

Prof Colin Hughes

Research interests: applied environmental and petroleum geology and mineralogy, sustainable management and regulation

Involved actively in higher education capacity building for environment related academic disciplines in the developing world

Keywords: 
Fossil fuels, Geology, Minerals, Sustainability, Management, Regulation, Environment, Biodiversity, Waste management, Universities, Capacity building

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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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Mr David Hirst

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

Keywords: 
Libraries, Education, Information technology, Universities, Sustainability enthusiast, Workplace engagement, Engagement

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Ms Diana Hampson

Diana is a chartered surveyor and has been Director of Estates and Facilities at The University of Manchester since 1997.

Keywords: 
Universities, Estates, Buildings, Capital projects

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