INLOGOV Newsletter: Summer Edition
Welcome to the Summer edition of the INLOGOV Newsletter. Below is an update of the latest news from INLOGOV, together with insight into what it is like to work or study here. For more information check out our website and blog. Be sure to follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter to keep up to date with the latest news from the Department, including information on courses, open days and application dates. You can find all the details at the bottom of this page.
Catherine Mangan
Introduction from Catherine Mangan
INLOGOV’s new Director, Catherine Mangan, welcomes you to this issue of the INLOGOV Newsletter and discusses the importance of the study of local government in today’s changing political climate.
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Latest news from INLOGOV
Read the latest news from INLOGOV staff and students, including info on our newest staff members, collaborations, Professor Catherine Staite’s inaugural lecture and the recent INLOGOV faculty day.
Vivien Lowndes
Update from Director of Research
It’s a busy time at INLOGOV. Our staff and students are engaged in groundbreaking research that brings together colleagues from across the University and beyond. Click here to find out what we’re up to.
Karin Bottom
Teaching and Learning at INLOGOV
INLOGOV has a range of campus based and distance-learning courses designed to accelerate your career. Whether it’s a tailor-made short course, diploma, masters or a PhD, we’ve got something for everyone.
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INLOGOV Staff Spotlight
Professor Catherine Staite talks about her new role as Director of Public Sector Reform, stepping down as INLOGOV Director and her involvement with the West Midlands Combined Authority.
PhD student
Life as an INLOGOV PhD student
Bryony Rudkin, Deputy Leader of Ipswich Borough Council, juggles a busy political career with doctoral research. Here she talks about life at INLOGOV, juggling these two roles and what she’s learnt so far.
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