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  • Lincolnshire Heritage Forum 7 th Feb 2014 Engaging with the University Professor David Sleight, Dean of Public Engagement & Chair of Heritage Trust for Lincolnshire Copyright 2014 All Rights Reserved
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  • Engaging with the University Introduction Context The University: Courses Resources Expertise Ambitions
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  • Playing our part, doing our civic duty Lincoln: Diocese of Lincolns first University? University founded 1996 Funded by public subscription Full support of City & County Councils & business & public Map of Europe - detail drawn Gerald of Wales, c1200, ?Lincoln National Library of Ireland MS700
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  • Playing our part, doing our civic duty Lincoln: Jobs created Economic contribution Graduates retained Engineering School & Science & Innovation Park Bishop Grossteste University University Technical College (Sept 2014)
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  • Playing our part, doing our civic duty Lincoln: But more than s Cultural regeneration Appreciation of shared and individual heritage Diversity & Community Cohesion Strength through civic partnership Masterplanning our City
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  • Playing our part, doing our civic duty Academic context: Prof John Goddard, Newcastle: Ancient universities were set up by the church historically universities were detached. They werent involved with the issues of the city. In the past few decades, Goddard believes Universities now see that: their competitive strength comes from the relationship with cities re- emerging. Quoted from: THE 24.11.11 David Matthews
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  • Playing our part, doing our civic duty Leadership Foundation report (2010) Researching & Scoping a Higher Education and Civic Leadership Development Programme reported: Despite signs that universities are beginning to develop their civic engagement, many of their local partners believed they have the capacity to do considerably more to benefit their cities. There are many common institutional barriers and related challenges that act as significant obstacles to universities taking a greater civic role Effective civic leaders, whether from the city or universities, display many common skills and behaviours, which they have gained through a range of both formal and informal processes.
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  • Playing our part, doing our civic duty Leadership Foundation report (2010) Researching & Scoping a Higher Education and Civic Leadership Development Programme catalogued: Health, especially NHS Trusts Education, local schools widening participation Economic, with Chambers of Commerce, LEPs, individual firms Physical, estates/campus strategies, links to councils/local planning Cultural, local museums, theatres, other cultural groups Third Sector, community engagement, volunteering
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  • Engaging with the University ArchivesMuseumsLibraries Community Venues Arts Centres & Theatres Centres of Excellence/ Visitor Centres Developing a seamless continuum
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  • Engaging with the University UG Courses: Conservation & Restoration Design for Museums & Exhibitions Fine Art Jewellery & Personal Object Forensic Science PG Courses: Conservation of Historic Objects (MA) Conservation Studies (Graduate Diploma) Contemporary Curatorial Practice (MA) Design for Museums & Exhibitions (MA)
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  • Engaging with the University Resources: New Art & Design Building New Labs New Technology (Hub) Crick Smith Academic Expertise Bidding & access to HE funding for world-class research Research Centres
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  • Engaging with the University Crick Smith Conservation, restoration and research of historic buildings and artefacts Crick Smith is an historic materials conservation consultancy, specialising in historic paint analysis and paint research. Latest scientific techniques are utilised by skilled conservators to ensure that historic buildings and their interiors, together with ceramic, wood, metal or stone artefacts and decorative surfaces are restored. http://www.cricksmith.co.uk/
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  • Engaging with the University Centre for Conservation & Cultural Heritage Research: encourage collaboration between scientists, conservators and historians execute high quality research that draws upon the range of our expertise provide external clients with research and consultancy that has a meaningful impact on their capability and audience develop archival collections that can aid the development of the heritage sector train research students in innovative methodologies provide MA and BA students with the opportunity to work on exciting 'live' heritage projects
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  • Engaging with the University University Archives: National Paint Archive (CS) National Collection for Historic Decoration (CS) Tennyson Archive Ruston Hornsby (Siemens) Archive Media Archive for Central England 60,000 assets First nationally accredited film archive!
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  • Engaging with the University Student Engagement: Student Union priority (SU Volunteer co-ordinator Jane Kilby) Academic programme (find the leader of the programme) Consider academic timetable: (Oct-Dec and Feb-May) Planning ahead needed to fit curriculum outcomes Access to funding/expenses Longer projects/greater strategic ambitions: PhD/Research study Internships KTPs - Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (with TSB) PIKTs (Partnerships in Knowledge Transfer, with EMIN)
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  • Engaging with the University Any Questions: Contact details: Professor David Sleight FRSA FHEA Dean of Public Engagement University of Lincoln dsleight@lincoln.ac.uk

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