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An energetic dance

In the next in our series of guest blogs on the future of the engaged university, Kim Aumann (Boing Boing) envisions the future as a dance between equal partners committed to making a positive difference. Getting there will require significant...

Engaged University – Engaged Research

Coiled rope
This is the third in our series of guest blogs on the future of the engaged university. Steven Hill, head of policy at the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) and former head of strategy at Research Councils UK makes the case for...

Always the bridesmaid…

This is the second in our series of guest blogs on the future of the engaged university. Paul Gough, Deputy Vice-Chancellor at the Unversity of the West of England, asks, isn’t it time to make a commitment? Let me start with something rather vulgar...

An engaging thesis

As part of our Engaged Futures consultation, we have asked people to share their visions of what the engaged university might be like in the future. Here Richard Holliman, University Champion for Public Engagement with Research, The Open University...

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Welcome to the NCCPE’s blog. If you are interested in how universities engage with the public including: public engagement with research; service learning; developing effective partnerships between research organisations and external organisations;...

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