Share your views to shape the new University strategy

April 2nd, 2019

We’re looking for ideas from our colleagues and students to build the future for the University of Nottingham.

We would like your input and feedback to develop the new strategy for the University.

To share your views, and to find out more about the plans, why not come along to one of the strategy consultation stands that we are holding across our campuses?

A reminder that the Vice-Chancellor and Deputy Vice-Chancellor are also hosting strategy consultation ‘town hall’ meetings to provide you with further information and encourage you to share your ideas. An additional meeting has now been set up at the University Park campus.

The schedule for these new strategy initiatives is given below. Simply come along to any of these sessions – you don’t need to book in advance and colleagues and students are welcome.

Strategy consultation town hall meetings

These meetings will commence at the following times:

  • 3.15pm – 4.30pm, Friday 22 March: Sutton Bonington campus, A03 – Lecture Block
  • 2pm – 3:30pm, Wednesday 10 April: Jubilee campus, B52 – Business School South
  • 12.30pm – 1.45pm, Tuesday 16 April: University Park campus, B62 – Law & Social Sciences Building

Strategy consultation stands

You can drop by a consultation stand at any point during the following times:

  • All day, Tuesday 2 April: University Park campus, Students’ Union, Portland Building (ground floor)
  • Afternoon, Wednesday 3 April: University Park campus, David Ross Sports Centre
  • Afternoon, Thursday 4 April: University Park campus, Hallward Library
  • All day, Monday 8 April: Sutton Bonington campus, Vet School atrium
  • Afternoon, Tuesday 9 April: Jubilee campus, Exchange Building
  • All day, Thursday 11 April: University Park campus, Students’ Union, Portland Building (ground floor)

We look forward to seeing you soon.

In November 2018 we held workshops with staff to gain the initial views for our new strategy. These workshops have led to the publication of the Green Paper consultation document.

To remind you, we would appreciate your input and feedback so please complete the new strategy questionnaire if you haven’t done so already. You have the option of completing all of it or only those sections that are most relevant to you.

Tags: ,

Leave a Reply


£1.3m invested in facilities to improve education and student experience

In October 2022, the university launched its learning spaces design guide as a unifying set of […]

Emma Whitt appointed as Interim Deputy University Senior Tutor

The university welcomes Emma Whitt as Interim Deputy University Senior Tutor, effective immediately. Amanda Crompton is […]