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When I became Deputy Vice-Chancellor, one of my driving ambitions was that would achieve regional, national and international recognition as the UK’s leading university for its work with business. I am pleased to report that we are definitely taking huge strides toward that objective.

The University plays a strategic role in the economy of the North East region and beyond, and in recent years we have led the way with a flexible and distinct approach to working with business.

We will never stop being committed to the economy of the Tees Valley and we will never stop working with business.

One of the great strengths of our University is that we have been able to respond rapidly to change. As the needs of businesses, public, private and third sector move on, we have moved on. We have pro-actively aligned our strengths in engineering, science, digital, design and business to the economic needs of our business community and UK PLC and have also sought to address the health and welfare needs of society through our excellent work in health, social sciences and our cultural offering.

works with all sectors. We talk the same language as business and form partnerships to help individuals and organisations achieve their maximum potential through high quality learning, teaching, research and innovation.

DigitalCity, which began in the University, brought together the strengths of the private sector, the public sector and the University to create what is now a record number of high-growth businesses and jobs and, in doing so, has become an exemplar of the power of partnerships.

The University has a wide range of business support services available – everything from research, bespoke consultancy and ‘outstanding’ rated Knowledge Transfer Partnerships, to our own unique flexible project the Knowledge Exchange Internship. Over the past three years we have also worked to deliver training provision to over 8, 000 employees through workforce development programmes tailored directly to the needs of individual employers to improve business performance.


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I dunno. When the Catholic church was in charge

2013-10-07 15:01:51 by Aretino

Of Europe, they turned a poor, backwater region of primitive tribes into the most advanced civilization on the planet, one that was the first to conquer the entire globe. They created the first universities, promoted science (when the Muslim world decided to suppress it), created a world ruled by law and not men, and many other advances.

Historically that is completely incorrect

2011-01-25 15:01:34 by Aretino

In fact, Christianity has embraced science since the time of the first renaissance of the 1100s. Aquinas argued that science and Christianity are compatible, in contrast to al Ghazali, who argued that science undermines Islam. As a result, the Catholic church embraced science, which led to the flowering and eventually the scientific and technical dominance of Europe over the rest of the world. The Muslim rejection of science led to their decline from the 1100s onward, even until today.
Please note also that the church has established thousands of universities, and promoted education, not just in theology, but in all subjects

What you talkin' 'bout, bro?

2011-11-21 13:26:14 by PSUseagull

Despite the difficulty Galileo ran into, the Catholic church has always been a supporter of science.
Despite your claim, all the oldest universities in North America and Europe were founded under the auspices of organized religions.
Hospitals? Are you kidding? The number of hospitals with a denominational name is too great to count.

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