Social responsibility pervades many aspects of the work in the School of Materials, including teaching, the student experience, research, the environment and outreach.
We have some very exciting initiatives and our work falls under the five key areas of The University of Manchester's social responsibility strategy.
Our staff and students engage with the general public and local schools through various demonstrations, lectures and exhibitions.
We support the University's programme in environmental sustainability in various ways, including better efficiency and reducing waste.
Our research is diverse but specifically addresses societal problems such as energy sustainability, transport, biomedical implants and tissue regeneration.
We're the proud holder of an Athena SWAN Silver Award and have implemented various other responsible processes throughout the School.
We aim to produce graduates promoting care and consideration for the environment when applying research methods.
Discover why social responsibility is so important to the University as a whole, and find out more about the five key strategic areas.