Archive April 2018

Understanding Demand Roundtable 6th June 2018

As part of the East Midlands Police and Crime Research and Development Plan work http://www.empac.org.uk/east-midlands-police-crime-research-development/, Lincolnshire Police Superintendent Mark Housley, is hosting a roundtable on ‘Understanding Demand’ between 10 am and noon on Wednesday, 6th June 2018 at Lincolnshire Police HQ. This is an important topic for the Police and one…

University of Leicester event on hate and mental health – 1st May 2018

EMPAC is pleased to report that the University of Leicester’s Wellbeing Matters campaign and the Centre for Hate Studies came together to discuss hate crime and mental health on the 1st May.   Hate driven behaviour is typically expressed through acts of hostility and violence where victims are targeted specifically because of their…

Innovation and Enterprise at the University of Nottingham

The Haydn Green Institute (HGI) at Nottingham University Business School is among Europe’s leading centres for enterprise education and a focus for entrepreneurial skills development. Simon Mosey, is Professor of  Entrepreneurship & Innovation and Director of the Centre. He is editor of the Journal of Technology Transfer and his research interests include technology…

Wellbeing Matters event at Lincolnshire Police HQ – 3rd May 2018

As part of the new East Midlands Police and Crime Research and Development Plan, priority areas for research action are starting to be identified and initial events to scope development planned. The first of these surrounds the topic of ‘wellbeing’. The drive for this particular event – a roundtable discussion…

Knowledge Exchange

Back in 2012, the Wilson Review (A Review of Business-University Collaboration, 2012) encouraged universities to work closer with outside agencies and business to develop better public outcomes for the UK.  Now Professor Trevor McMillan of Keele University is leading a cross-university development group for the UK Government on what’s next…