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27th May, 2021

Thinking about Leadership Now Read more

Over the last few months I have spent some time thinking; thinking on my own and thinking with other people. This all started with a blog I did for TCCE; I wanted to think about what might be coming next. I said “things are very hard at the moment and things are changing. The world […]

Dr Rebekka Kill, TCCE Strategic Development Associate, Academic Consultant and Coach

18th May, 2021

A Time of Reckoning for Equality and Diversity Read more

This short piece is the preamble to a longer hypothetical interpretation of UKRIs 2020 guidance on nominating bodies for REF 2021 panel membership[1]. However, it could have been a creative reflection on any one of a number of similar documents urgently in need of reframing within an equity imperative. Without this, how can full accountability […]

Pauline Rutter – Creative Response to the TCCE Equity and Social Justice in HE Research series April 2021

29th April, 2021

When Journalism Meets Theatre Read more

It’s a truism to say that there’s a crisis in confidence around our news media. We know – and this has accelerated since the pandemic – that people trust news organisations less and in some cases are actively avoiding news. Yet at the same time, as the social media environment throws up more fake news […]

Glenda Cooper

29th March, 2021

Building a better future through Knowledge Exchange Read more

With the combined effects of the pandemic and climate emergency, the country and the world is undergoing the biggest shock since the Second World War. But we stand at a point where we can “build back better” through a green revolution. And it will be essential that universities and higher education, together with the creative […]

Matthew Guest

29th March, 2021

KEF a Personal Perspective Read more

I want to offer a personal perspective because, as we move through this event, we may forget – with the allusions to strategy, sector environment, policy imperatives and the (very odd) characteristics of this last year – that the Knowledge Exchange Framework is, ultimately, driven by people. Individuals like you and me. And if it […]

Dr Mark Gray Pro-Vice Chancellor & Director, Knowledge Transfer, Middlesex University

13th January, 2021

How to Make an Ocean: Tears and Technology Read more

My concept “How to Make an Ocean” has been deeply rooted in grieving a loss of 3 people, close to me, in Autumn 2019. I cried many tears in winter months while dealing with this, and at some point I started to collect them in a small container. I was also reading “Flights” by Olga […]

Kasia Molga

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