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Title: University of York External Relations Portfolio Dr Chris Henshall Pro Vice Chancellor External Relations


1
University of YorkExternal Relations
PortfolioDr Chris HenshallPro Vice
ChancellorExternal Relations

2
Portfolio
  • Relations with business
  • Relations with the public sector
  • Relations with the wider community
  • Partnerships

3
Presentation
  • Achievements in last 18 months
  • Strategy and governance
  • Delivery structures
  • Relations with business
  • Relations with the public sector
  • Relations with the wider community
  • Partnerships
  • KPIs
  • Challenges and future activities

4
Strategy and governance
  • Business and Community Strategy
  • Section in Corporate Plan
  • Detailed Strategy nearing completion, setting out
    objectives, targets and KPIs
  • Governance
  • Roles of Council, PR and Businesses Committee
    defined
  • PVC ER responsible for ensuring delivery
  • Business and Community work now included in
    reviews of Departmental plans and performance

5
Delivery structures
  • Success in HEIF awards to support delivery
  • HEIF2 2.4m 0.9m via White Rose
  • HEIF3 2.4m 1.0m via White Rose
  • Enterprise and Innovation Office and Research
    Support Office established
  • 7 Business Development Managers (etc)
  • Intellectual Property, CPD and Enterprise
    Managers
  • HEFCE recognition for best practice
  • R4 coordinates research and enterprise functions
  • Partnership with IP2IPO

6
Business
  • Wide range of project support in
  • Biosciences, Physical Sciences, Computing and
    Electronics, Arts Heritage and Creative
  • Intensive work around
  • Futures Medicine, Biorefining, Green Chemistry,
    Software Engineering
  • Borthwick Archive, neuro-imaging, nano, and
    creative technologies centres
  • CPD KT Networks European Framework
  • Development of strategic relationships
  • Smith and Nephew, Rolls Royce, QinetiQ, IBM, BBC,
    Unilever, Tate and Lyle, DRAX, Castle Howard,
    Johnson and Johnson
  • International developments
  • White Rose visits to New Jersey and Singapore
    York visit to USA West Coast

7
Science City York
  • University and City widely recognised for Science
    City York achievements
  • Chancellor named further five science cities in
    2005 Budget
  • First National Science Cities Workshop held in
    York, September 2005
  • National Science Cities Development Group set up
    and chaired by York
  • Science City York Stakeholder Board established
  • Expanded remit and Chief Executive
  • 2.6m Northern Way capital for SCY

8
Regional and national links
  • Links maintained and strengthened with
  • Chamber, Business Links, Sub Regional Partnership
  • Links strengthened to Yorkshire Forward
  • support for Incubators, Green Chemistry,
    Nanocentre, Hes East etc
  • Strong relationship with new Chief Executive and
    Director of Science
  • VC is Vice-Chair of Yorkshire Science
  • VC and PVC ER lead Yorkshire ESS project
  • Increased involvement in national policy
  • Science Cities
  • PVC ER represented 94 Group at Research Councils
    enquiry on knowledge transfer

9
Public sector
  • York has best policy-relevant social sciences
    departments and centres in UK
  • World leader in health economics, evaluation and
    policy
  • Director to be appointed for Alcuin Collaboration
    to further strengthen and promote work in social
    sciences
  • CPD
  • Support for Departments to develop higher value
    offerings and market abroad
  • Links established with National School for
    Government
  • Links with e-Learning Council

10
Community
  • Wide range of work with and for wider community
    in and beyond the City
  • Includes
  • Economic contribution
  • Sport and recreation facilities
  • Cultural, artistic and educational contributions
  • Exchange of skills through placements and
    volunteering (YSS, Departmental Outreach, York
    Award, STEP programme etc)
  • Business and Community Strategy sets these out
  • Need to develop strategic approach, recognising
    that much work is bottom-up

11
Partnerships
  • White Rose University Consortium
  • Leeds, Sheffield and York
  • TL, Research, and Enterprise and Innovation
  • Works closely with Yorkshire Forward
  • Flagship projects HEIF 2 and 3 Bioscience
    Yorkshire Enterprise Fellowships CETL for
    Enterprise National Science Learning Centre
  • N8
  • Northern research-intensive universities
  • Early stages structures being created
  • 6m bid submitted to Northern Way
  • Much higher ambitions
  • WUN
  • Very successful annual meeting in May
  • York leading projects in Spintronics, Green
    Chemistry, and Risk
  • Increasing focus on added value

12
KPIs
  • Economic contribution from UoY and Science Park
    employment
  • 3,488 jobs
  • 164m income gain
  • Income from business and public sector
  • FY2003 1,596k 12,391k
  • FY2004 1,581k 13,385k
  • FY2005 (est) 1,521k 15,992k
  • (note plus c3.3m pa for CPD in total)
  • Licensing and spin-out
  • 16 spin-outs in last 10 years (plus 5 start-ups)
  • New licenses 3 in 2004 and 1 in 2005

13
Challenges
  • Increasing business interaction and income
  • Setting up and nurturing more strategic
    relationships with business
  • Raising awareness in, and engaging, more
    departments and academic staff
  • Increasing spin-outs and licensing
  • Engaging University resources more directly with
    Science City York
  • Public sector
  • Sustaining position with UK
  • Growing income from Europe
  • Consolidating and developing community
    interactions

14
Future Actions
  • Business
  • Work closely with IP2IPO
  • Continue focus on strategic relationships
  • Mount high profile events
  • Renewable Resources Conference in September
  • University Venturefest
  • Rewards and recognition for staff
  • Re-configure interfaces with Science City York
  • Public Sector
  • Work with Alcuin Director
  • Further growth of CPD
  • Community
  • Set up (internal) Community Forum
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