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In February 2019, King’s College London hosted the second TN meeting of UK universities to discuss the challenges and benefits of establishing national and regional networks for university civic engagement, the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification International pilot, and ways to measure institutional engagement.

The participants included:

  • Zac Ashkanasy, Principal, Nous Group
  • Vikki Burns, Reader in Science Education, University of Birmingham
  • Jim Collins, Principal Partnerships Manager, King’s College London
  • Andy Coppins, Volunteering Manger, Nottingham Trent University
  • Laura Cream, Director of Engagement, UCL Culture, University College London
  • Louise Gough, Strategic Project Manager, King’s College London
  • Jonathan Grant, Vice President for Service, King’s College London
  • Lorlene Hoyt, Talloires Network Executive Director
  • Debra Humphris, Vice Chancellor, University of Brighton
  • Mathew Johnson, Engaged Member University, Brown University
  • Ester Kamau, Senior International Relations Officer (Africa), Imperial College London
  • Lorraine McIlrath, Steering Committee Member, National University of Ireland, Galway
  • Tom Pearson, Head of Special Projects, Imperial College London
  • Ester Ruskuc, Director of Strategy and Policy, University of St Andrews
  • Julian Skyrme, Director of Social Responsibility, University of Manchester
  • Gareth Topp, Head of Internationalisation, University of Brighton
  • Toby Wilkinson, Deputy Vice Chancellor, University of Lincoln