Students and staff are being asked to feedback on the University’s draft Heritage and Culture Strategy via an online survey.
The University, like Liverpool itself, has a unique heritage, world famous historical collections and an excellent cultural offer. We want to make sure all of our students have the chance to benefit from this offer, whether in their learning or their wider life at University. The Heritage and Culture Strategy aims to do this in a number of ways; from increasing the number of volunteer and placement opportunities available, through to providing additional educational experiences outside of the classroom.
Speaking about the Strategy, Professor Dinah Birch, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Cultural Engagement said: “We want as much student input as possible because the Strategy will affect student’s experience of the University.
“We’re excited about the opportunities and the impact the Heritage and Culture Strategy could have and we hope students will be keen to get involved at this stage, as well as in the future.
“Our vision of the future is that an awareness of heritage and culture, and the benefits they bring – intellectual, psychological and physical – should inform every aspect of University life.”
To find out more information, please contact Mike Edge in the Strategic Planning and Governance Department at: firstname.lastname@example.org.