Now that the new academic year is well underway, there’s a real buzz around campus. We all want our students to have as positive an experience as possible throughout the whole time they spend with us, as well as creating better processes and ways of doing things for our staff, saving us time and effort.
You don’t need me to tell you that mental health is a significant issue – approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK will experience a mental health problem each year .
Professor Sir Cary Cooper answers Dr Julian Skyrme’s questions on the topic ‘Why should high performing organisations prioritise wellbeing?’
The results of the National Student Survey have now been released, with our University increasing overall satisfaction from 83% to 84%.
When we asked you for your Big Ideas as part of Our Future, one of the most popular themes you talked about was ‘how we do things’. You mentioned our processes and systems, but you also talked about our University’s culture and values.
In my last message I promised to share my New Year Resolution with you. Rather boringly, I resolved to do more exercise. Let’s just say it hasn’t been a total success.
The first four months in my new role have been hectic with so much to take in and learn, not least finding my way around campus!
We publish our University’s annual Financial Statements which give a detailed account of our University’s financial performance.
Do you ever ask yourself ‘Why do I work at The University of Manchester?’ At some point, every one of us has decided that this is where we want to be.
Today is my first ‘official’ day as Registrar, Secretary and Chief Operating Officer (RSCOO) and like most people on the first day in a new job I’m feeling a whole range of emotions.