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COP26 needs to address air quality as well as climate change

Published on November 1, 2021
...ions that are responsible for climate change are also causing significant damage to public health and the environment. Reducing fossil fuel combustion in industry, transport, agriculture and heating, would not only reduce CO2 emissions but also directly reduce nitrogen oxides (NOx), black carbon, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and carbon monoxide (CO) with a resultant positive impact on human and ecosystem health and productivity. In many... Read more »

How supermarkets can engage consumers to think more about household food waste

Published on October 28, 2021
...ppliers) we can make an immediate difference – is in limiting the climate damage associated with food waste. I am currently working on an exciting and intensive investigation funded by Wrap that is set to address the question: what can we do to dramatically cut over-buying, personal over-stocking, and repeatedly high levels of food waste within our households? It is estimated household food waste accounts for approximately 70% of the UK’s 9.5 mill... Read more »

Harnessing the power of university-sponsored Multi Academy Trust partnerships

Published on August 18, 2021
...cellor, University of Brighton; Dr John Smith, Chief Executive of Brighton Academies Trust; Ian Dunn, Provost, Coventry University; and Uly Lyons, Chief Executive of the Better Futures Multi Academy Trust. This article first appeared in HEPI. In a speech to the school sector in April 2021, Gavin Williamson, the Secretary of State for Education, communicated his vision for every state funded primary and secondary school to be part of a Multi-Academ... Read more »

Alliance universities are fulfilling a civic role within their communities

Published on August 27, 2021
University Alliance institutions are supporting their local communities through encouraging volunteering, bolstering social enterprises and designing projects to help local people. Our universities’ deep roots in their communities, stemming from partnerships with local organisations, businesses and charities, mean that we are established as a significant source of support within the region. Through volunteering initiatives, social enterprise supp... Read more »

High tech facilities at Alliance universities are helping to power the NHS

Published on July 16, 2021
...s. This is due in large part to the superb learning and training provision afforded by our universities’ high tech facilities. Allowing students to train in an immersive environment, using equipment and techniques that they would encounter once they enter healthcare employment is crucial to ensuring that they are fully equipped for working in the NHS post graduation. Our members offer incredible facilities in this area; from patient simulation man... Read more »

Alliance universities play key role in regeneration and investment in local communities

Published on August 20, 2021
...thriving places to live. Between 2016 and 2019, Alliance universities were awarded more than £68m to spend on regenerating their local communities, alongside our own significant investments. This has allowed members to draw on civic partnerships to support infrastructure, projects, planning and investment in the regeneration of our local towns and cities. As we begin to recover from the pandemic, this role will become even more important, as our u... Read more »

UA institutions play important role in action against climate change

Published on June 11, 2021
...their agendas. With this in mind, we’ve pulled together some of the ways that Alliance institutions are instrumental in the UK’s response to the climate crisis, and how work in sustainability, green growth and innovation are making a difference on both a local and national scale. Through our focus on applied research, knowledge exchange and innovation, we are working towards ensuring a fairer, greener, healthier, more prosperous, and resilient UK.... Read more »

Enterprise Stars: Meet the student entrepreneurs part 1

Published on May 17, 2018
...Frugly Juice: Harry Kimberley-Bowen Harry Kimberley-Bowen’s investment idea aims to tackle the current and massive issue of food waste by creating healthy, nutritious and affordable juices from fruit considered ‘ugly’. Frugly juice aims to rescue fruit from the rubbish. In the UK alone, seven million tonnes of food is thrown away each year with up to 40% of fruit and veg not even making it from farms to supermarket shelves due to its ‘ugly’ appea... Read more »

Creative arts subjects vital for supporting UK innovation and economy

Published on June 9, 2021
...which champions the importance of creative skills for employers and warns against the undervaluing of creative courses by government policy decisions, we’ve gathered some case studies which emphasise the importance of creative arts graduates to the modern jobs market. Alliance universities are central to the innovative and ever-growing creative sector – from traditional disciplines such as music, through to modern computer aided design, gaming an... Read more »

What does research-informed teaching (RIT) look like?

Published on September 20, 2016
...n hand with excellent research. This blog prepared by the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and University Alliance, ahead of its workshop event with senior university practitioners and key higher education stakeholders, explores the latest thinking on research-informed teaching and what it looks like. Diversity is a strength of our higher education sector – and research-informed teaching can vary widely. Promoting excellent teaching whatever its for... Read more »