Category: Press

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Angela Tooley, Enterprise Development Manager in the College of Business, Law and Social Sciences at the University of Derby, explains why businesses need to embed the learning gained over the last couple of years and use it to exploit new opportunities that have arisen from the rapid shift in both the economy and society.

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To help us all psychologically and behaviourally adapt to meeting the challenges posed by net-zero targets, University of Derby Psychology lecturers Jenny Lunt and Johanna Beswick have worked with MSc Behaviour Change students Abs Dixon, Alex Williams and Katie Cross, to generate some simple messages.

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Orla Kelleher, Senior Lecturer in Responsible Management at the University of Derby, investigates the challenges business leaders face in light of the urgent need to address sustainability.

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Dr Fred Paterson, Associate Professor of Sustainable Business and Clean Growth at the University of Derby, examines the results of a six-year study into pro-environmental business and clean growth trends undertaken by the University’s Sustainable Business Research group in collaboration with the East Midlands Chamber.

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From 8-12 November #LifelongLearningWeek aims to raise the profile of lifelong learning across a range of policy areas. HereRobin Webber-Jones, Head of Apprenticeships at the University of Derby explains why he is so passionate about the topic.

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To mark World Radiography Day 2021, Dr Emma Hyde, Associate Professor in Diagnostic Imaging at the University of Derby and National Teaching Fellow, discusses the importance of patient-centred care in diagnostic radiography.  

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Dr Rhiannon Jones, Researcher at the University of Derby, will speak at the Design for Planet event, which will champion design as a powerful agent of change. Here, she explains more.

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Kirsten Lees, Early Career Research in Zero Carbon at the University of Derby explains why we need to work with the natural world and think carefully about how we manage landscapes into the future in order to mitigate the climate crisis.

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Paul Elliott, Professor of Modern History at the University of Derby maintains that we can be inspired by the host city of Glasgow and particularly its history of ambitious municipal environmental intervention.  

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Dr Gemma Collard Stokes, Researcher in Therapeutc Arts at the University of Derby discusses why Dance performance and participation offers us encounters of belonging, of kinship and of care, so we might fall in love with the planet again.