Sustainable Urban and Regional Futures
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SURF is delighted to announce that Dr Catherine Barlow has re-joined the team. Catherine will be working as a researcher on the Greater Manchester Local Innovation Platform funded by Mistra Urban Futures.
SURF are pleased to welcome Helen Fadipe on Salford University's Professional Doctorate in Built Environment programme.
With over 250,000 residents, substantial cuts to public sector funding and a rapidly evolving workforce, Salford is set to transform over the next 10-20 years. The devolution agenda will play a significant role in how these changes take place.
We are pleased to announce that Dr Bert Russell has joined the SURF research team as the new Research Fellow on Jam and Justice project funded by the ESRC Urban Transformations Programme.
On Friday 20 November 2015 the SURF Centre attended the inception event of the Cultural Heritage and Improvised Music in Europe (CHIME) project at the EFG London Jazz Festival.
The SURF Centre was represented at this year’s Manchester Science Festival at the University of Salford Mediacity campus.
We are pleased to announce that David Winston’s booklet on exploring patriotism and Edith Cavell is now available.
Dr Jessica Symons (University of Salford and a member of UPRISE) and Dr Camilla Lewis (University of Manchester) are collaborating on the development of a new edited collection Realising the city, scheduled for publication in March 2016 by Manchester University Press.
2015 sees the launch of the Massive Change Series: Pop goes the Biosphere – Ecological infrastructure for Smart City Growth event series by The Biospheric Studio.
Come to ‘Salford’s take on Devolution’, a networking and ‘research download’ over lunch on Friday, 11th December (12-2pm) at the Council Chambers in the Old Fire Station, University of Salford.
The Universities of Salford and Manchester are collaborating to host a 'map hack' where people interested in urban ethnography put ethnographies about particular cities onto a Google map. Come along to get involved.
The SURF Centre has secured resources for scoping work on the relationship between cultural heritage and urban sustainability.
An event celebrating the fantastic achievements accomplished by those involved in the University of Salford led ‘Ideas4Ordsall’ initiative was held at the University’s Old Fire Station on Saturday.
On Wednesday, 1 July from 3.00 pm until 4.00 pm, the University of Salford will be hosting a ‘Self Renovating Neighbourhoods through Community Organising’ public lecture at the Council Chambers at the Old Fire Station.