Centre for Global Eco-Innovation welcomes new Associate Directors
The Centre for Global Eco-Innovation (CGE) is pleased to announce the recruitment of 9 Associate Directors who will be championing, connecting, building and representing the CGE community both internally and externally.
At a time when the world’s attention seems constantly diverted to other global emergencies, CGE aims to keep climate change and sustainability firmly at the top of the agenda. As a University Research Centre, it aims to bring together communities of academics and practitioners across disciplines and sectors to develop practices, products and services that enable economies, communities and ecosystems to thrive together.
The new Associate Directors include:
- John Appleby, Lancaster Medical School
- Anna Cockman, Estate Development
- Mandy Dillon, Research Development
- Joanne Larty, Entrepreneurship and Strategy
- Mark McLaughlin, Chemistry
- Abigail Morris, Health Research
- Doug Orr, Lancaster Environment Centre
- Basu Saha, Chemical Engineering
- Kirk Semple, Lancaster Environment Centre
Jess Davies, Centre Director, says “We’re really excited to welcome such a fantastic and diverse group of Associate Directors from across the University into the centre. To support real eco-innovation we need expertise and skills from all across the campus, and to bring together know-how from our academic, professional services and estates teams.”
To find out more and to network with the CGE community, come along to our mixer event on Thursday 16th June 3pm in the Lancaster Environment Centre Atrium. This is your opportunity to meet our community of academics, researchers and professionals from across the university. You can also sign up to receive our monthly newsletter here.Back to News