(1 September 2014)
The plan will inform everything the Faculty does until 2020 and will thus form the cornerstone of much of your work.
(16 October 2014)
The University has received the landmark donation for the future development of Manchester Business School (MBS) from Lord Alliance of Manchester and his fellow Trustees of the Alliance Family Foundation.
(14 October 2014)
The John Rylands Research Institute (JRRI) was officially launched this week, bringing together world class expertise from the Faculty and The University of Manchester Library.
(17 October 2014)
Leading thinkers from the world of politics and policy will be on campus in November for this year’s Policy Week – a showcase of our research-based knowledge and expertise. Staff in Humanities are encouraged to come along to these free events as well as spreading the word.
(2 November 2014)
Academics wanting to take advantage of the latest series of Continuing Professional Development sessions should book now, as places are limited.
(27 August 2014)
Various staff, including Maria Balshaw and Professor David Hulme, will be speaking at this year’s Labour Party Conference. Events will be running from the 20– 24th September; inside the conference centre and around Manchester.
(27 August 2014)
All Blackboard courses are visible to students on Monday 8 September 2014 so it is important to make sure yours is ready for the new year. Read the guide to making changes, getting training and the new course structure.
(28 August 2014)
The University is expanding the number of voluntary harassment advisors – this being one of the actions of the behaviours group of the Staff Survey.
(2 September 2014)
The People’s History Museum is keen to develop their links with academic colleagues and is running a Museums and Research Network Meeting offering an opportunity for people to learn more about how their collections can be used within teaching and research.