Next steps in research strategy consultation, and tackling climate change

June 28th, 2021

Update from Professor Dame Jessica Corner

We continue to make good progress towards developing the university’s new research strategy. Your insights are helping to identify the key drivers of our renewed research strategy and how we will achieve our goals.

Next steps include writing the white paper that will set out more detail on developing a high-performing, inclusive research ecosystem. Consultation will continue with our research community and response to the white paper will be welcomed.

Further updates and resources can be found on our developing our research strategy pages.

COP26: highlighting our commitment to tackling climate change

COP26, the UN Climate Change conference, comes to Glasgow in November. This is an unprecedented opportunity for our researchers to help shape the world’s response to the biggest crisis of our time.

We wish to showcase the breadth and excellence of our climate-related research, while also focusing on net zero aviation as one of our strategic strengths in tackling the climate crisis.

The Institute for Policy and Engagement is looking for potential contributions to this campaign from across all schools and faculties.

Read Dame Jessica’s full update

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