Bristol Research: the Digital Fireside Talks #9 'The role of the ‘civic’ university in ‘Covid-19 recovery’
6 July 2020
‘Bristol Research: the Digital Fireside Talks’ is a new series of short video conversations where, throughout the period of lockdown in the UK, some of our research leaders at Bristol University talk about their response to COVID-19.
In this edition, ‘The role of the ‘civic’ university in ‘Covid-19 recovery’, we hear from Dr Helen Manchester, Reader in Digital Inequalities and Urban Futures, and Lecturer in Educational and Social Futures at the School of Education; and Professor Morag McDermont, Professor of Socio-Legal Studies at the University of Bristol Law School.
You can watch the video here: Bristol Research: the Digital Fireside Talks #9 :The role of the ‘civic’ university in ‘Covid-19 recovery
Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Guy Orpen, commended the work of Dr Manchester and Professor McDermont, saying:
“Thanks so much for sharing the news of your work with the wider University community, and even more thank you for the time and effort you have put into leading the ReCOVER initiative – which will be important for the city and its people as well as for the University and our collective future.”
The series is hosted by Professor John Iredale, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Health and Life Sciences. You can find links to all the episodes on the Digital Fireside blog