Our top five stories in March

This month we’re sharing five social responsibility highlights from our latest newsletter. 

Firstly, we are excited to share the news that the Great Science Share for Schools has been granted the prestigious patronage of the United Kingdom National Commission for UNESCO in 2024. 

We’ve been delighted to receive a transformational donation of £2 million from the Rory and Elizabeth Brooks Foundation to advance our pioneering research in our Global Development Institute.  

Our researchers have been working with Ardwick Climate Action group to launch a walking route where local people can avoid the excessive pollution caused by motor vehicles. 

We are pleased to be partnering with Reach Society on a Manchester Employability Day to enhance employability among underrepresented groups, especially Black boys and young men. 

You can also learn about our Green Wellbeing project, where volunteering is prescribed to our students to support mental health and wellbeing. 

Read about all these and much more in our March newsletter. 

Dr Julian Skyrme, Director of Social Responsibility