University of London features in London Higher Impact Catalogue
The University of London features with a number of case studies in London Higher’s Impact Catalogue covering cutting edge humanities research and public engagement, and making London a desirable student location.
London Higher released their London Impact Catalogue on Wednesday at its annual House of Lords Event. The catalogue is a collection of case studies from across their diverse membership, which showcases the vast contributions London’s universities make for, and to, the Capital.
London Higher’s event ‘Impacting London – What London’s Universities do for London’, which took place in the Atlee Room at the House of Lords, celebrated the outstanding contributions that London’s higher education institutions (HEIs) make to their local communities, arts and heritage sectors, the healthcare sector, creative culture, business and industry, and the local economy.
Jo Johnson, speaker at the reception and former Minister for London and former Minister for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation said:
London’s HEIs make a huge contribution to, and for, our great Capital. As former Minister for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation, a former Minister for London, and someone who has represented a London constituency as an MP, I have seen first-hand the incredible impact they make each year, both individually and collectively across a diverse range of sectors and communities. It is great to see London Higher, as the umbrella body for London’s HEIs, promoting this work.
Jane Glanville, Chief Executive Officer at London Higher, said:
We are extremely proud of the work being carried out by all of our member institutions across London and we want to ensure that their outstanding contributions are receiving the recognition they deserve. Our London Impact Catalogue is an illustration of these contributions and it only scratches the surface of what is done in and for London each year.