Mobilising the potential contained within the staff base is vital for successfully implementing college and university policies. Equally, individual staff members need to be recognised as the innovators and change agents that are found at the heart of every aspect of institutional activity. A university or college needs to maximise the opportunities offered by formal HR processes, as well as encouraging broader engagement by the staff to achieve sustainable development.
EAUC-Scotland's Community Engagement Topic Support Network (TSN) is open to all, providing an opportunity for those working in or with the further and higher education sector to share ideas and questions and to get together to hear from particular speakers or discuss topics of interest. Find out more about the TSNs here.
The EAUC-Scotland 2018 Conference, A Decade of Progress, celebrated successes from the decade past, and visioned the decade ahead, to coincide with the EAUC-Scotland...
The EAUC-Scotland 2018 Conference, A Decade of Progress, celebrated successes from the decade past, and visioned the decade ahead.
Last in the series, we have SDG 17 - Partnerships for the Goals
In celebration of Global Goals Week, we held webinars showcasing the initiatives institutions are conducting that contribute to the SDGs. These were bite-size webinars, just 15...
EAUC-Scotland's virtual 'Sustainability Sharing Series' September 2018 edition discussed Integrating Sustainability into staff and student inductions....
Looking to engage with your Marketing Department on sustainability? Find more information through the Sustainability Engagement Guide
Looking to engage with your Human Resources Department on sustainability? Find more information through the Sustainability Engagement Guide
Looking to engage with your Finance Department on sustainability? Find more information through the Sustainability Engagement Guide
Looking to engage with your Catering Department on sustainability? Find more information through the Sustainability Engagement Guide
A collaboration between Glasgow School of Art, University of Glasgow and Glasgow City Council; helping communicate sustainability data better and engage staff and students.
Many institutions struggle to implement an institution-wide programme for recycling and reusing their electronic waste. University of the Highlands and Islands’ Perth...
Academic researcher Callum Egan, working in the field of human-computer interaction, is developing permaculture-inspired sustainability gardens at Edinburgh Napier...
The University of Westminster is take a different approach to communicating the benefits of going vegetarian by using the 'Part-time Carnivore Loyalty Card'
The University of Cambridge’s Sustainable Food Policy aims to reduce the central catering department’s impact on the environment through, among other initiatives,...
The King’s Libraries Team - King’s College London
Associate Professor in Sustainable Construction and Surveying
Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management
Deputy Director, Information, Technology and Digital Services Department
Site Technical Coordinator, Garment Technology