Policy at Strathclyde launch
Policy at Strathclyde is an initiative set up within Strathclyde Business School to harness the expertise across the University in this field.
Working with public and private sector partners, the University makes a significant contribution to solving national and international challenges in health, economic development, energy, social policy and education. To support this and to combine its expertise in policy and executive education, the University has created the cross faculty, cross disciplinary, cross functional Policy at Strathclyde.
Policy at Strathclyde sits at the intersection of creation of policy, the development of those tasked with its implementation and the transfer of knowledge from the University to practice and from practice back to the University.
A launch event took place at Strathclyde Business School on September 9 with key speakers Sir Jonathan Thompson, Chief Executive and Permanent Secretary HMRC; Kersti Berge, Director of Energy & Climate Change, Scottish Government; and Professor Sir Harry Burns, Professor of Global Health Policy, University of Strathclyde. The speakers were then joined for a question and answer session with Professor Eleanor Shaw, senior vice-dean Strathclyde Business School, and Professor Sir John Curtice, Professor of Politics, University of Strathclyde.
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Published: 11 September 2019