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Michelle has led, supported and brokered change for sustainability through curriculum leadership, graduate development activities, mentoring colleagues and civic and business engagement. Her connected approach led to her receiving the University’s 2017 Sustainability Service Award and her ‘Regeneration’ initiative was Finalist in the 2016 Green Gown Awards.
Michelle is changing learning experiences through collaboration: she led an interdisciplinary project to drive curriculum and research innovation with four design subject course teams and has brokered new ‘live’ project experiences for students in a range of businesses. Her enterprising spirit has seen the creation of a student-led design consultancy geared to sustainability and overseas scholarship exchanges. She led the set-up of Cheltenham’s monthly repair café, uniting community partners, publics and students in sustainability, with practical results and grounded research. Michelle excels at connecting and engaging people through sustainability learning and circular economy principles to achieve dynamic and positive change.
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