THE podcast: how to build mutually beneficial community partnerships

Submitted by sara.custer on Thu, 26/05/2022 - 00:01
Three vice-presidents of public affairs and community engagement at universities in London, Melbourne and Chicago speak to the value of two-way partnerships
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Three university leaders heading up their institutions’ public affairs and community engagement in London, Melbourne and Chicago speak with us about the value of mutually beneficial partnerships with First Nation communities, local organisations and government.  

They talk about using their strengths of teaching and research to engage with the community and what that means for increasingly digital campuses.

This episode features:

Deborah Bull, vice-president, communities and national engagement at King’s College London  

Derek Douglas, vice-president for civic engagement and external affairs at The University of Chicago

Julie Wells, vice-president, strategy & culture at University of Melbourne.

University leaders at Kings College London, the University of Chicago and University of Melbourne talk about working with community stakeholders in all areas of teaching and research