DVC and CFO roadshows – sign up to discuss opportunities and challenges with our senior leaders

January 11th, 2024

A series of roadshows giving colleagues the opportunity to learn about the opportunities and challenges facing the university over the next five years will take place in January and February.  


Led by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Jane Norman, and the Chief Financial Officer, Margaret Monckton, the roadshows will cover topics including university finances and budgeting, student recruitment opportunities, organisational resilience, and the university’s operating model.

A key element of the events will be audience comments and questions. Jane and Margaret are keen to get your feedback to inform future strategic planning 

Colleagues can attend the roadshows either in-person or online.

Complete this Microsoft Form to sign up to attend. It includes an opportunity to pre-submit a question, and questions will also be encouraged on the day.  

Roadshows will take place as follows:  

  • Wednesday 24 January – 9.30am – 10.30am – B52, Business School South, Jubilee campus
  • Thursday 1 February – 9.30am – 10.30am – A32, Main Building, Sutton Bonington campus
  • Thursday 1 February – 11.30am – 12.30pm – A17, Pope Building, University Park campus (in-person option is fully booked, but virtual places are still available)
  • Wednesday 7 February – 3pm – 4pm – B52, Business School South, Jubilee campus
  • Monday 4 March – 3pm – 4pm – B62, Law and Social Sciences, University Park campus (new date added due to high demand)

Please do make time to attend wherever possible – whether online or in person. Your contribution is valuable and we’re keen to hear your thoughts.  

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