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UB July edition out now

The July edition of University Business magazine, the green issue, is now available to download

Posted by Rebecca Paddick | June 19, 2015 | Events

In this month’s UB, we look at the universities championing sustainable initiatives on campus.

We also round-up the latest and best new-builds designed with sustainability at their core.

This month, our technology section includes some advice on recycling out-of-date ICT equipment, and the pros and cons of BYOD schemes in HE.

The spotlight is on Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) this month. Head of environmental strategy, Dr John Hindley, tells us how MMU has positioned itself as one of the leading institutions for environmental sustainability.

And if all that wasn’t enough, we’ve got updates from ASRA, CUBO, Seafish, VWV, as well as some top opinion pieces from the University of Roehampton and the University of Leicester.

Every issue of UB is packed with the latest news including:

*Campus services and new developments




*People and appointments
*Key association updates
*Opinions and views

*HE catering

*Education technology

*Events and diary    

Click here to read the latest version for free.  

University Business magazine focuses on the entire business of higher education. Every month, the magazine is delivered to more than 16,000 key decision makers including vice-chancellors, finance directors and procurement managers.

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